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I get asked fairly often if I would re-open the original Hi-Def News Caps blog or if I would grant special access to individuals to view it. The answer is no — the original blog will remain closed indefinitely. However, I have thought about it for quite some time. I’m happy to announce a new section of the site, The Archive, with every post imported from the original blog.
Yes, the original Hi-Def News Caps blog is back, and it is a complete mess. Disorganized, just the way we left it. Every post is presented as they were, unaltered, from when they were originally published. I would estimate 80% of those posts are now publicly viewable again.
Though every post is there, many of the images you are looking for might not be. Remember, we used to post everything off-site; I have no idea whether or not the images you are looking for are actually still available. While it is safe to view The Archive, please be wary of potentially malicious content if you click on any link posted there — this includes every embedded thumbnail image. Considering the age of these links — and the fact that some of the companies we used to upload content to no longer exist — I can not guarantee that it will be safe for you to visit any external site linked to within The Archive. It is entirely up to you if you want to take that risk. For the aforementioned reasons, the purpose of The Archive is for preservation only.
The first couple dozen posts are all Robin Meade, so you’ll have to skip quite a few pages to find other anchors. Don’t forget about The Archive‘s search bar in the top right-hand corner — it’ll find just about anything we’ve posted in chronological order, at least anything we’ve spelled correctly or properly labeled. Like I said earlier, the original blog was a disorganized mess.
I hope you find what you’re looking for. And please keep in mind what I’ve said above. When in doubt, DO NOT click on it.