I do this sometimes. Actually, I do it a lot. Because lots of stuff on
the Web *does* disappear.
> It would seem that the better solution here would be to just make an
> on-line copy of the page.
Or better yet, have versioning built into the Web so you can just revert
to whatever existed at an URL at a particular date. *wink to UCI*
The more I look, the more there are archiving problems everywhere.
XML, lead us to the land of milk and honey...
> In other words, when creating a bookmark for a page, perhaps the
> browser should offer an option to keep a permanent copy of the page
> instead of just a link to the page.
A persistent local cache? Hmmm...
Once you have bad latency, you're stuck with it.
-- Stuart Cheshire,