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The short video “Error404 : File Not Found” uses clips from more than 200 online videos to depict a day in the life of a typical 21st century person—that is, until things get crazy. The video was created by designer and director Claire Dubosc. It was her graduation project at ESAG Penninghen, an art school in Paris.
The Internet Archive has released a tool that allows anyone to enhance their website’s 404: Not Found page with a link to an archived version on the Wayback Machine, if one exists. Simple instructions on how to add the Wayback Machine link can be found at the Internet Archive.
The NotFound Project is a European initiative to make use of “404 – Not Found” error web pages by placing missing child alerts on them (video). Participating websites install a module that converts their 404 error pages to missing child alerts from a constantly updated database. The project is by Missing Children Europe in cooperation with Child Focus. It is currently only for children reported missing in the European Union.
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