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Very Kool!
PS: How about turning on your rdf comments feed?
I use this when I'm curious to see the evolution of webpages (Amazon is a good one). It uses the WayBackMachine engine. http://www.archive.org/index.php
HTTrack is a wicked little program, I was looking for something like this and now I have found it, Thanks Gavin Brian If you have a bit of time to spare check out my new Tech Blog at http://www.britec.co.uk/techblog/
you got lucky on that one. :-) i like wayback for doing research, especially on UI. you can look at a site like yahoo.com and see how their home page and biz strategy evolved over the years. i also like furl.net for capturing my own personal archive of web pages at different points in time.

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