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NSLOOKUP for 98 SE

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I had never heard of this company before, so was unable to find their original URL, which is gone and forgotten (BTW, I don't recall this effect being mentioned by Asimov).

You should try Philip K. Dick... particularly: "Flow my Tears, the Policeman Said!".

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I had never heard of this company before, so was unable to find their original URL, which is gone and forgotten (BTW, I don't recall this effect being mentioned by Asimov).

You should try Philip K. Dick... particularly: "Flow my Tears, the Policeman Said!".

Thanks, Den. It's been a long time since I took the time to read a novel. :)

Hmmm ... So the missing data is due to a serious case of "observer effect"? Since some of us apparently have memories of this data, that means we've been taken into an alternate reality where the data doesn't exist. The observer is the Internet Archive, but if that dies, we don't get the missing data back, so that doesn't work. Instead we need an antidote to those pesky robots, the KR-3 of the 'net.

BTW, I've found another 'nslookup' (and more!) tool : HoverIP. Lots of features, however, it requires KernelEx, Kext (Kstub) and a couple more little details, which I've documented in the Kext thread.

Joe.

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