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Subject: Re: Dissappearing Archos mod docs?
Re: Dissappearing Archos mod docs?
Where are they going? Well, I expect most people throw theirs out and
get Ipods. Personally, I'm happy with mine. There are plenty on eBay
though that you can buy. Examples...
On 3/20/06, Neon John <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Funny you'd mention the 8mb mod. I was just sitting here thinking
> about doing that to one of my machines....
> Fortunately the Wayback Machine has already done that for this site.
> But yes, I think it to be a grand idea to grab these pages and archive
> them in a common place. It would be a courtesy to the authors but not
> a requirement to ask permission, no more than the Wayback Machine or
> Google does.
> For your own use, if you're using FireFox, there is a nifty extension
> called Scrap Book that grabs designated pages for local storage. It
> is somewhat like the Web Stripper programs except that it works and is
> simple to use. I use it extensively.
> I wonder where all the Archos's are going if they are disappearing?
> I'd not mind buying a few more JBRs.
> On Mon, 20 Mar 2006 19:44:40 -0600, "Jeff N" <email@example.com>
> >I noticed today that the link to Matthias Wächter 8MB RAM mod
> (http://waechter.wiz.at/~matthias/Rockbox/HW-Mod/8MB/) is no longer working.
> As time goes on and there are fewer and fewer Archos units out there, I'd
> imagine more of these external pages will disappear.
> >I wonder if we should reach out to the authors of these pages and ask their
> permission to bring them into rockbox.org so they won't be lost.
> >Get your own evilemail.com address at http://www.evilemail.com
> John De Armond
> See my website for my current email address
> Cleveland, Occupied TN
> A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.-Ralph Waldo Emerson
Received on Tue Mar 21 05:29:25 2006
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