It's not only specific documents that disappear from government websites. Entire websites also vanish. Over at Muckrock, user Dean Triplett obtained a list of .gov websites that bit the dust from late 2004 to late 2014. There were around 1,000 of them. Document-rescuer extraordinaire Michael Best had the idea to make the list clickable, sending you to the Internet Archives' most recent mirrors for each site, and he's let The Memory Hole 2 post it. Have fun looking at all the niche sites, defunct commissions, publicity stunts, forgotten initiatives, obsolete offices, and important sites that now exist only as bugs in amber.