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Wayback Machine

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16 Comments on Wayback Machine

  1. Awesome! (Almost) Every issue since 100 years ago. Great.

  2. Who here agrees it would be awesome to make this an app for the ipod/iphone…. say I

  3. This is really great! My son and I went back and looked at some of the issues during World War II in particular, which really spoke to the times. Can you download different issues in PDF format?

    • Hi Mark … unfortunately the Wayback Machine doesn’t allow downloads or printing at this time. Maybe someday …

  4. channeling whittlin jim // February 7, 2011 at 2:19 pm // Reply

    Where is December 1966?

  5. how do yu use it?

  6. north_al_80s_scout // February 2, 2011 at 10:23 am // Reply

    I’m loving this. One of my favorite parts of being a scout was getting ‘Boys Life’. Now, I’m getting to go back and read the stories that used to inspire me thirty years ago. This is especially cool now that I’m a scout leader in my son’s troop.

  7. LEGOlover301 // January 31, 2011 at 6:46 pm // Reply

    jan. 2003 is so cool!(that was the year i was born.)

  8. For ears I wondered how the three astronauts in “Space Conquerors” had been stranded on the Moon. The realistic series prompted me to become an engineer and choose aerospace as my career. I never considered the idea that they had volunteered for a one way flight to establish the first Lunar Base. Bravo for courage and hopefully we can beat their date of 4 July 2057.

  9. i love the way back machine

  10. Scout from the 80's // January 28, 2011 at 8:09 pm // Reply

    Now after many years, I can read the whole White Mountains series. I aged out in 1984 and never saw how the series ended. I looked forward every month to reading it.

    • A Sweet Brown Okie // March 1, 2011 at 8:54 am // Reply

      The White Mountain Trilogy was great. I finally got to finish it thanks to this site. Whoever came up with this idea was a genius, and I thank them very much. You can’t beging to understand the joy this has brought me. I have emailed this link to our local council office and my pack committe chairperson so that they can spread the word.

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