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We say the Internet never forgets, and right this moment I hope that is true. One of our partners in the ACP Project, the Young Americas Business Trust Haiti (YABT Haiti) group has lost the content of its website. I know that there is a URL where it is possible to access any historical version of a web page. Could you please post it here, or email me at VirginiaP@diplomacy.edu with the URL? This will help a Haiti organization, our colleagues personally and professionally, to rebuild their site.

Your help, comments, suggestions are very welcome! Thanks and merci in advance, Best, Ginger

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Comment by Virginia (Ginger) Paque on July 10, 2010 at 1:00pm
Thanks to all for the concern and empathy. The problem of the website occurred during the earthquake in Haiti, where computers and hard drives were lost, so normal backups were not available. This is, of course, a reminder to all of us to analyze whether a backup 'in the cloud' is an viable alternative.
Comment by Olubodun Olufemi on July 10, 2010 at 12:42pm
I am sorry if this came as a surprise, how did it happen that everything on a website will be lost when it is in the cloud? I rather advise that the organisation should always have a backup stored somewhere else. As suggested it is at I think there could be some information.
Thanks and receive my empathy on their behal
Comment by Seiiti on July 3, 2010 at 10:21am
The easiest thing however would be looking at the computer of the webmaster instead of trying to recover from the web - maybe you can recover from the desktop
Comment by Seiiti on July 3, 2010 at 10:20am
Exactly - I just thought of http://www.archive.org/web/web.php but if the page was there for a short time it is possible that it is no longer there.

Did you try Google cache? Use the keywords that would normally lead you to the page, and click on Cache
Comment by David Newman on July 2, 2010 at 8:45pm
www.archive.org (but it may not be up to date)

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