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Mummify Lets You Store Permanent Copies of Web Pages

by Hazel Chua
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Sometimes, bookmarking a website just isn’t enough. A permanent copy is different from a physical copy, so printing the page just isn’t the same as actually saving it. Of course, you could also choose to save the entire page with all the elements on your computer, but if you plan to do that with a lot of pages, then that could turn into a confusing mess of files and folders pretty quickly.

So why don’t you Mummify it instead?

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Mummify is a service that lets you save and store complete copies of web pages on their online servers. There won’t be any extra folders to monitor, no files to trace, and no printouts to monitor. Plus, they’re offering the service for free – at least, for the first 10 pages that you choose to Mummify. It’ll cost you $10 to $15 a month for up to 50 mummified pages per month.

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All you have to do is enter the URL of the site you want to save to Mummify’s system. It will then give you a shortlink directing to the page or a cache of it, in case the page moves, changes, or no longer exists. Keep in mind that dynamically-generated content which is pushed to the page view JavaScript probably won’t be properly cached by the service.

You can check out and try Mummify here.

[via Red Ferret]

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