[Air-L] The Julie / Julia Project ... gone!
ahm at uwaterloo.ca
Tue Oct 4 18:15:48 PDT 2011
Thank you so much, Melissa: worked!
On 2011-10-04, at 8:54 PM, Melinda Whetstone wrote:
> The Julie /Julia blog can be found in Wayback using the url, http://blogs.salon.com/0001399/ .
> I initially found a partial blog by entering the search phrase into Google. The partial blog in the Julie Powell's Book site refers you to the full blog site at http://open.salon.com/0001399/2002/08/25.html. However, the indicator states the original url as "http://blogs.salon.com/0001399/2002/08/25.html" .
> Wayback will not find the site that you are directed/referred to, but it does find the original stated url, http://blogs.salon.com/0001399 .
> Melinda Whetstone
> Doctoral Candidate
> Florida State University
> College of Communication & Information
> School of Library & Information Studies
> mrw06j at fsu.edu
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Aimée Morrison ahm at uwaterloo.ca
> Date: Tuesday, October 4, 2011 7:12 pm
> Subject: [Air-L] The Julie / Julia Project ... gone!
> To: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
>> Hello everyone,<BR>>
>> Here's a problem of literary work in the Internet age. After
>> verifying that Julie Powell's salon.com blog, the Julie / Julia
>> Project was still online in August, I assigned it to my graduate
>> class along with the book that came out of it, and the movie.
>> Now? The blog is gone. It's not in the wayback machine. My RA has
>> been digging around and can only confirn that it is gone, taken
>> down deliberately.
>> Is there any other lurking corner of the Internet in which this
>> blog might still be hiding?
>> This is actually a pretty acute and serious research and
>> pedagogical question, and I would really appreciate any insight any
>> of you might offer.
>> Long time reader, first time poster ...
>> Aimée Morrison, PhD
>> Associate Professor
>> Dept. of English Language and Literature
>> University of Waterloo
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