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  • Sorry to hear about that John! I’m guessing there is no way to get it back with the combination of the Web.archive tool and some good ole fashioned screen scraping? Let me know if there is anyway I can help!

    • Ian Jackson says:

      Hi John, wow, kudos to you for cracking on with it regardless! THAT is the kind of positive attitude that will endure your website/blog returns to its former glory

  • Naz says:

    Hi John, We hope you will come soon and hope your blogging future will be more delightful.

  • Hello John,

    Sorry about your loss. Like someone mentioned earlier you can use an archiving web tool to get back some, maybe all of your content.

    I’ve suffered something similar when my web host had to reset my blog, although the information i lost only accrued to 1 month, so it was pretty easy to get them off using this tool:

    I see you’ve got a positive spirit. Wish you all the best in your new start.

  • Dan says:

    No way that is totally rubbish what about wayback machine? Cant you just go back and see what was indexed and re create the content?

    • Extreme John says:

      I’ve thought about doing that Dan, 10-years is a mighty long time to start building back from at this point. I’ll take the “L” and bounce back. 😉

      Thanks for taking the time to read and comment Dan.