If it's available, you'll see a Cached link pop up under the title in the preview window to the right.
Clicking on that will bring up a snapshot of the page.
And don't feel bad about using them—people willingly submit them to help others bypass restrictions.
Do pass on good Internet Karma, though—if you have a throwaway account you use for a certain site, submit it so others can use it too!
Most people are uncomfortable with this because a lot of these sites either spam you themselves, or sell your information to someone else who will.
Sometimes, though, you can't find what you're looking for anywhere else and you're desperate enough to actually hand over your email address.
You can keep it as long as you want, or set a specific length of time or number of messages to accept before terminating.It may not have all the features of the regular site, but all the content will be there. If you use Outlook, Microsoft gives you the option to create up to five aliases a year for your account.All you have to do is go to Settings, then find More mail settings.You can set up a filter in Gmail to have all messages sent to the "alias" address marked as spam or sent to a different folder.If you use Apple's i Cloud Mail, you also get five free aliases, like Outlook.