Dave, I managed to find your latest short thoughts page and thoughts entry in my IE cache. Also, as you may or may not know, Google caches a bunch of pages. And as you may or may not know, Stanford affiliated pages tend to be covered well by Google.

Short story: I managed to salvage all of your Korea thoughts, Dave. You can find it here. I edited the main index pages and the only thing that works is the Korea relevant stuff, but it’s there. Also, almost all of the pages have that Google cache header but I figure you can get rid of that yourself. And you can get the rest of your pages through Google (better hurry though) if you need them. It’s pretty easy because everything’s listed in your directory.

I just want to point out that this was made easier because Dave had an index page and also on that page a description of old pages plus the dates they were written. I believe I pushed at least doing that second one strongly. So all I had to do was query on those terms and out popped the right page. I was right again.

A side benefit of being covered so well in Google. I dunno, Henry, maybe you want to reconsider delisting yourself.

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