Diary-X

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Diary-X (commonly abbreviated dx) was the name of an online journaling service which allowed Internet users to create and maintain a journal or diary. It was launched in 2000, and between half and three-quarters of its users were between 14 and 19 years old.[1] Basic use was free, though for a small fee users could email their entries.[2] The creator and webmaster was Stephen Deken.[3] In early 2006, the server's hard drive failed. Since there was no backup, the entire website and all of the users' diaries were lost irretrievably.[3]

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  1. ^ YIM, SU-JIN (December 26, 2001). "Teens' Inner Lives Go Public Online". Newhouse News Service. Washington. 
  2. ^ KATZ, FRANCES (January 3, 2002). "LIVING ONLINE". The Atlanta Journal and Constitution. p. B.2. 
  3. ^ a b Sulak, Ashli (March 19, 2006). "Loss of online journal a blow to many". Waco Tribune - Herald. 

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