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      david f
      david f
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      Post  david f Sat Feb 13, 2016 11:09 am

      In our introduction banner we say:

      "The place to find information and where your posts, photos and build logs will last."

      We are careful to maintain and keep this Forum as a valuable resource to everyone.

      It is also nice to know that we are available on the Wayback Machine.

      Go to:

      www.archive.org

      and enter our URL:

      https://www.theassociationofmodelsubmariners.com/

      You will there find snapshots of this Forum taken in time. Everything is there "warts and all" without any subsequent attempts at editing or any attempts to remove posts. It goes back to 2010.

      We may not make gravity waves but at least we are now part of space-time!

      (The information about the Wayback machine comes from the March 2016 edition of Everyday Practical Electronics. Thanks for the tip about subscribing, John!)
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      Post  timgarrod Sun Feb 14, 2016 8:55 pm

      this is a really useful site, if your needing information from a old site thats gone. just enter the url on that site and 99% you will find a old copy of the website.
      david f
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      Post  david f Sat Mar 09, 2019 11:29 am

      Just jogged my memory as I was posting some archive photos, that we are still appearing on the Wayback Machine very regularly ( the last snapshot of the Forum was January 23rd 2019.)

      So as we say in the intro to the Forum " Your build logs are easily searchable and will form a lasting contribution to our hobby."

      Your contributions are valued and will last.

      David

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