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WebCite is an archiving site on-demand.
Unlike most of the targets on AT's hitlist, Webcite is a nonprofit consortium of about a hundred scholarly journals and universities, as well as Wikipedia and Archive.org; with a specific mandate to preserve submitted content indefinitely. Webcite is so bulletproof that Archive Team uses it on this very page, and elsewhere, to archive content.
But Archive Team trusts no man nor consortium! Fortunately, Webcite has a convenient online form where you can apply to host a mirror.
Sep 11, 2011 - We apologize for the recent outage following the week of Sep 3rd, 2011. WebCite went down due to a hardware failure, and restoring our huge database took a couple of days. Everything should be back to normal. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
You can archive a website filling this form (url and e-mail parameters are mandatory): http://www.webcitation.org/archive
If you want to search for a page before archiving (perhaps it was archive before by other person) use this: http://www.webcitation.org/query
You can create a bookmarklet for your web browser, so, when surfing an interesting website, you can archive it just pressing an icon/bookmark. Instructions here: http://www.webcitation.org/bookmarklet I recommend do not put the entire e-mail address, just "test@test." and fill the .com manually, to avoid automatically archiving undesired sites by error.