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Ahh...The net is vast... [Dec. 4th, 2009|12:56 am]
[mood |amusedamused]
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In very brief:

The oddest phenomenon today, and a first for me: I inadvertently came across this post on a blog called "The Classroom," written by someone called "The Professor" (a Professor Quinn, the domain name would suggest...), who writes:
Yeah, I know that it's all about comic books, but Lampert's piece is an interesting work of literary criticism nonetheless. And in case you've been living under a rock (or on another continent, which is essentially the same thing), Captain America died.
What follows is a repost--in its entirety--of a column I wrote for a (now largely defunct*) website called SequArt.

I've officially been...reblogged.

* This is actually how I came across said blog: SequArt has apparently devolved into a promo site for its founder, who has since gotten into the movie business. All of the scholarly content is gone, and so I'm planning on re-posting my series of comic essays here. This process would be made far simpler if I could find a Google cache or the like of the original columns somewhere on the 'net--So far, however, The Professor's blog is the closest I've come...Stay tuned.

[User Picture]From: dratomic
2009-12-04 04:34 pm (UTC)
Try using the Way Back Machine: http://www.archive.org/index.php

It's the text field in the top, middle of the screen. A magic device that can pretty much find anything that's ever been online. Seriously, it's pretty cool.
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[User Picture]From: archas
2009-12-04 05:11 pm (UTC)
Wow--that's...yep, that's pretty awesome. Exactly what I was looking for, thanks!

...Is there no limit to Mr. Peabody's genius?
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[User Picture]From: aniline
2009-12-04 05:22 pm (UTC)
Heh, beat me to it. I <3 the Wayback Machine. It also keeps pictures sometimes, but I can't figure out why/when it does that.
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