Monday, February 09, 2004
Google cache for Find Articles
Correspondent Darko Svenscak makes the useful point to me that where Find Articles have deleted on-line articles (see blog entry on), they are still present in the Google cache. So if you are looking, for example, for Adela Yarbro Collins, "Mark and His Readers: The Son of God Among Jews", Harvard Theological Review 92 (1999): 393-408 (listed in Featured Links of July 2001), you now get a 404 Not found; but if you paste the title into Google and hit "cached", you can still retrieve it. However, these caches don't last for ever, so if there's something you want to have electronically from Harvard Theological Review, fetch it and save it while you still can.