[DML] What happens on the internet STAYS on the internet
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[DML] What happens on the internet STAYS on the internet

I am sometimes a bit creeped out by this whole internet thing.  When I 
"google" my own name, half the results that come up are DML posts!  I 
*really* gotta be more careful about what I say.  (Thank you, moderators, 
for cutting me off when going off the deep end.)

And it's not just the mailing list that will live forever, thanks to the 
"Internet Archive".  They keep copies of every Web page on the internet, 
including the old copies after the sites are updated.  This was even the 
cover story of yesterday's (7/27/05) Wall Street Journal.

Care to see what the DMCNEWS web page looked like in 1997?




Gus Schlachter
VIN #4695
Austin, Texas

> Rich is right.  The DML is open to the public, and will always be 
> archived somewhere.  Every word you post here will be available for 
> DeLorean fans and historians to read in the centuries to come.  Anyone 
> who posts a DML message should expect to be judged for their advice, 
> language, and opinions by future generations.
> - Mike Substelny
> Moderating this week

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