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The Oldest of the Old

On Lawn (1073) writes | more than 3 years ago

User Journal 3

Ask Slashdot:

Where can I search through the most ancient of the Slashdot archives? I'm talking about the olden days before logins were required and we could just put our name on each comment we wrote manually. The days just after Bits and Chips.

I need to find a specific comment I wrote way back then.

Ask Slashdot:

Where can I search through the most ancient of the Slashdot archives? I'm talking about the olden days before logins were required and we could just put our name on each comment we wrote manually. The days just after Bits and Chips.

I need to find a specific comment I wrote way back then.

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Moo (1)

Chacham (981) | more than 3 years ago | (#36210798)

Chips and Dips

Don't know about archives though.

I tried that once to look for my old AC stuff (1)

countertrolling (1585477) | more than 3 years ago | (#36211054)

The furthest I could go back was <1999> [slashdot.org] , everything before that now has zero comments.. very kludgy, but might work for you.. Do a Command+F to find your name... see what happens, and happy hunting..

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