How to Find Old Websites That Google Won’t Show

Most of us know (and love!) the Wayback Machine, but here are some other sources to find those lost corners of the web:

AMillion Short, which allows you to run a search and automatically skip the most popular answers to probe deeper into the web. is a “search engine for classic websites,” made to help people find hobbyist pages and other archaic features of the internet.

Pinboard, a minimalist bookmarking service similar to Pocket, which has a key feature for archivists: If you sign up for its premium service—$11 per year—Pinboard will make a web archive of every page you save. If you’re looking at older, unindexed material, such a tool can make it easier to go back to specific parts of the older internet that you may want or need to recall again.

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