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This is a dump of most of the now-offline website The Network Neighborhood Archive, that was located at networkneighborhoodarchive.neocities.org. The website ran from at least 2017-03-02 to around 2017-10-07. The project intended to compile "an unofficial archive for the defunct Network Neighborhood webring, featuring web archives, links to old sites, and some other noteworthy directories".
The website was run by now-former Neocities member Jake of JakeOnline, however, despite of this, Jake would surrender all right to the website to the Network Neighborhood by saying in the file bottom.js by writing "All rights go to the Network Neighborhood".
As stated at the beginning, this is a dump of "most" of the site, meaning that not everything has been saved. The Network Neighborhood Archive website was so small that it was in fact saved manually by hand, rather than running a program such as HTTrack, because of this, the page
not_found.html (the 404 page) was forgotten in mirroring the project, however, it is unlikely it was all that special or even all that important to the over-all workings of the website. Apart from the 404 page, everything else was saved.
Just because I have mirrored a project by another person, this does not mean in anyway, shape, or form that I agree or support the views of this project or even the person who made it, I have simply mirrored it for historical reasons as I have an interest in digital preservation. Over the years I have taken the time in archiving many items, much of which can be seen on my Internet Archive user page. Following this, just because I have mirrored a project, this also does not mean that the author endorses me or my work.
If you are reading this and are wondering why exactly that this disclaimer is inside of this project, it is simply here as a blanket way for getting out of trouble if myself or the project owner gets into hot water in some way, just in case. This is a standard document that is in all of my GitHub mirrors and does not automatically mean that the project owner is a bad person or to be untrusted.
You are welcome to delete this file, as it will not affect the main part of the project in anyway.
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