[TowerTalk] Archives?

N4ZR n4zr at comcast.net
Wed Jun 26 14:29:44 EDT 2019

Fortunately, the archives are still Google-able

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On 6/25/2019 2:21 PM, john at kk9a.com wrote:
> I read towertalk and other lists in the archives rather than receiving 
> numerous emails. For some reason in March or April 2018 the links to 
> their list archives just disappeared from the bottom left of the 
> Contesting.com home page. There is a wealth of information in the 
> archives and it would be nice to have easy access to it. Luckily for 
> those that know they exist, Google can find a few ways to access this 
> information.
> John KK9A
> Jim Thomson VE7RF wrote:
> From: k7lxc at aol.com
> To: towertalk at contesting.com
> Subject: [TowerTalk] Archives?
> <Howdy, TowerTalkians --
> < I went to the contesting.com website to look into the TT archives 
> and there wasn't any reference to the various contesting.com 
> reflectors or archives? Huh?!? Admittedly it's been awhile since I've 
> looked but they used to be there. Any help appreciated.
> <Cheers,Steve  K7LXC
> ##  I bitched abt this issue  several times..to no avail.   There is 
> no way to  get to ANY of the reflectors from the contesting.com   home 
> page.  Only back door methods.
> ##The home  page is frozen in time.... including the contest 
> calendar... strays, pix at far right..and  the survey.
> ##  Perhaps  you  could look  into it for us ?  Been like that for 
> several years  now.
> Jim  VE7RF
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