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Digital Proof of a Compromising Site

Discussion in 'Computers & Technology Forum' started by mnw, Jul 13, 2007.

  1. mnw

    mnw New Member

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    http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.baptistboard.com

    Check out the above site and look at the Baptist Board on these two dates:

    1. December 03, 2000

    2. September 25th 2001

    By early 2002 the decline has dramatically increased.

    Here is what I mean. The first date you are hit with four rules, the second date you are hit with 3 rules, and by 2002 you just get pretty graphics and the rules are hidden deep in a thread somewhere...

    :) Just kidding by the way.

    Man, as if there were not enough websites to check out today, now you can go back and look at them from years ago.

    I must say, the internet was an ugly place back then.
     
  2. Bible Believing Bill

    Bible Believing Bill <img src =/bbb.jpg>

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    Ok that is just plain weird. I had forgotten that bright red color scheme. Why would someone waste their disk space to archive someone elses websites?


    Bill
     
  3. James_Newman

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    the wayback machine is awesome!
     
  4. mnw

    mnw New Member

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    It is an archive project. I guess it is like someone using their room to store old books.

    And James is right, it is a LOT of fun to look back and see how the web has developed.
     
  5. mcdirector

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    I wonder why we don't have some of those forums anymore. Some I've heard about -- like the science issues -- but the state forum looked interesting ;)
     
  6. tinytim

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    What a blast! Talk about memories...
     
  7. mnw

    mnw New Member

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    This made me laugh, almost sounds like there is a BB Underground: "I've heard stories about the way it used to be..." :)

    By the way, I am not serious about BB compromise, :) I enjoy the BB, its just some of the posters that get to me. :wavey::thumbs:
     
  8. mcdirector

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    You mean we aren't an underground organization?
     
  9. mnw

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    I think it was, until someone took their "Baptist Board Beach Towel" to the beach, then we lost our privacy.
     
  10. mcdirector

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    We could take them out in the middle of the night . . .

    ;)
     
  11. mnw

    mnw New Member

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    But what will we do about their Baptist Board Mug they left at the office and the Baptist Board Bumper Sticker on their car? (Or C4K's Winnebago)
     
  12. mcdirector

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    We might just have to call out the BB special ops to handle the job properly. C4K's Winnebago may have to stripped and refurbished and given to the underground for future missions if he has left any tale-tale clues.

    Poor Roger . . .
     
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