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The URL for "The Pentagon Papers of Y2K" has been changed. The new URL is:

or simply:

-- pshannon (, August 19, 1999


Are you sure that's right? I tried it and it didn't work for me.

-- luann (, August 19, 1999.

Just tried it too, doesn't work for me either.

-- Barb (, August 19, 1999.

It was there five minutes ago, and now it's not! Weird!

Now that the AP piece is out, the site seems to be down. Let's not read too much into this just yet. the URL changed a little while ago, maybe it's something similar again.

Maybe not...

-- pshannon (, August 19, 1999.

"Directory Listing Denied

This Virtual Directory does not allow contents to be listed."

Incredible. Can anyone tell us what this particular error means?

I'm glad I nabbed a copy of the whole damn thing when I had a chance!

I gotta have a beer!

-- pshannon (, August 19, 1999.

When you get the error message do a "Refresh" it worked for me!


-- Ray (, August 19, 1999.

Try this:

-- pshannon (, August 19, 1999.

is this a mirror site?



-- Michael Taylor (, August 19, 1999.

This works...



Or... Test page...

-- Diane J. Squire (, August 19, 1999.

-- I Think (, August 19, 1999.

the site IS still there at both the IP one

and this one:

It's just probably getting bogged down....just means lots of GI's and DGI's are reading it. No sweat. Nothing to worry about. Now please return to your regularly scheduled brainwashing...

-- Brent James Bushardt (, August 19, 1999.

That is SO weird!

The .cfm pages worked for me for a while, then they stopped working and switched to .html. Then those didn't work, and only the ip # worked for a while. Now the .cfm pages worked and the .html don't.

Oh, well. I guess at least we can assume that it isn't "official intervention."

-- pshannon (, August 19, 1999.

Lo, though you register your Web site in the republic of TONGA, THEY will still get to you!!

-- K. Stevens (kstevens@ It's ALL going away in, August 19, 1999.

I can still access the site through the original URL. I think it's just overloaded. I know I sent a copy of the URL to several people. If we all did that, there may be a whole LOT of people looking at it right now. :-)

-- Gayla (, August 19, 1999.

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