Can We Save Our Old Page Info?

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I'm devastated by the new look and style of  But I guess I will have to get used to it or migrate elsewhere...  In any event, I have a question that is very near and dear to me:

I have been a user for over 10 years, and I want to save at least the text and links I had in the "about me" portion of my page: I had links to photographs and to journals I'd written, as well as to tips on how to more effectively use and other related sites.

Can we have access to this information?

My journals, written back when they were front page material, include some very detailed reviews of shows I attended nearly 40 years ago, including two of the most important concerts ever (The Doors at Miami's Dinner Key Auditorium, leading to Jim Morrison's arrest and trial; and The Jimi Hendrix Experience at Miami Pop 1968, the subject of a new blockbuster documentary).

In sum, I want to be able to visit my page(s) to download and print my work!
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As Jon has posted already elsewhere, the journals will be back later. Concerning old forum threads and postings, they are archived in read-only mode on which gives an error right now, but will be back online soon.

Concerning the link to your old journals please see this staff reply: