Google’s Cache


by Barbara J. Feldman on June 14, 2005

Because of various hiccups along the information highway, not all websites are available all the time. The next time this happens to you, you might be able to find what you need (perhaps a phone number or an important date) by looking at an archived (or cached) version of the site. Simply look up the site (by title or name) in Googleand if the site itself is unavailable, click on “Cached.”


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