Hello! I'm new to this particular site, but have been fascinated by the LISK case for a decade. Now that I'm living on Long Island and going to school here, I'm hoping I can get more involved in helping the websleuth/Reddit community, since I know that so much investigation these days is being done by citizens like you (and me!). I'm studying to be an archivist and am currently doing a fellowship where I am helping to digitize documents for local historical societies on LI. I am also taking a Digital Preservation course where I am going to be designing a project for the Internet Archive that I'm hoping can focus around collecting archived web pages for this investigation. So, I'm turning to those of you who have been active much longer than I have: tell me what would be most helpful to you? What dead websites would you like to see actively archived for research purposes? Would there be date ranges of Craigslist/Backpage ads that would be helpful to capture? Are there news articles that have been lost that you would like to see found again? Are there any discussion threads, Wikipedia entries, etc. that have disappeared that contained valuable information? What information is currently not digitally available that you would like to see accessible to those outside of LI? You can either post your response here, or feel free to DM me. Thank you!