The Old Daily Mirror Is Back Online

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Some of the collateral damage from the redesign of latimes.com was the disappearance of the old Daily Mirror. It’s back online at the same old place. Google hates broken links, so I’m not sure what the outage did to its presence in search results, but it lives on.

With the passage of time, as more material vanishes from the Internet, the role of archive.org is becoming increasingly important. Much of the blog is at archive.org, where you can also find such Web rarities as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s short-lived blog at The Times.

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About lmharnisch

I work at the Los Angeles Times
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5 Responses to The Old Daily Mirror Is Back Online

  1. Gretchen says:

    The Register has Kareem now; he has a column in its new L.A. Register, which I predict will be short-lived.

  2. aryedirect says:

    More Daily Mirror is better than less Daily Mirror.

  3. kthursby says:

    good news. thanks Larry.

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