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Re: [ARSCLIST] The case for message boards.
THANKS FOR THE INFO ABOUT 78-L LIST.
I AM A NEW CONTRIBUTER FROM SCOTLAND ,LIVING IN SEYCHELLES.
I AM VERY INTERESTED IN THE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN PHONOGRAPH
INDUSTRY SINCE THE FIRST EDISON RECORDINGS IN 1888 AT CRYSTAL PALACE
FEATURES IN THE EDISON FILE ON WFMU.ORG AND WILL CONTINUE TO SEARCH
THE VERY BEST WEBSITES FROM THE USA !
I HAVE AN INTERESTING 10,000 WORLD VINTAGE COLLECTION.
I AM A SPECIALIST ON SCOTS GAELIC 78RPM MUSIC 1899-1958.
NICE TO HEAR FROM YOU.I'LL CERTAINLY READ THE POSTINGS YOU MENTION ON
THAT LINK YOU SENT ME.
MANY THANKS RON AND HAPPY LISTENING 1
NIGEL BARRETT IN SEYCHELLES,INDIAN OCEAN
On 3/22/07, Ron Fial <ron@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
We have forum bulletin board (web forum) for the 78-L list, which archives
the last 5 years of messages, displays them in thread-form, and allows
searches of the subjects or subjects and bodies of messages. I set up a
dedicated server to do this because I hate the advertising and pop-ups so
much. This is read-only, and an alternative to reading the posts with an
email program. Its really nice for searches of previous posts/threads.
I could easily add a threaded, searchable, read-only forum for ARSCLIST
list, if that should be desired by ASRCLIST. See
http://www.78online.com/forum and click on 78-L for an example. There is
no login, and you cannot originate posts, you can only read posts on this
'customized' web forum.