(OT?) Can anyone web-host a few articles?
hexstar at gmail.com
Sun Feb 11 18:15:35 CST 2007
On 2/11/07, Tony Duell <ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> As many of you know, I am a member of HPCC (Handheld and Portable
> Computer Club), a UK user group for HP calculators, etc. This group
> publishes a magazine called 'Datafile'.
> Anyway, I have been persuaded to write a few articles for said magazine.
> The current issue contains one explaining how to cure that well-known
> hardeneed grease problem in the Sony full-height 3.5" disk drive. I've
> illustrated the article with a number of photos showning the stages in
> dismantling said drirve.
> As yoy also know, I don't haev a digital camera, but the company who
> processed the film put scans of the photos onto a CD-ROM for me, I
> believe as JPEG files, about 2.5Mpixels. Although the results printed in
> the magazine were excellent, they were necessarily small, and both the
> editor and I feel it would be a good idea to make the article(s)
> available on the web with full-sized images.
> The reason I put OT? im the subject line is that said articles may not be
> classic _computing_. I think I'll only be writing about stuff more than
> 10 years old, mostly HP (but maybe the odd machine from Sharp, TI, etc).
> And mostly calcualtors and handheld computers (the last bit is why you
> might not consider it to be classic computing).
> Can anyone help by suggesting a site that might host said articles? If
> so, I'll put you in touch with the magazine editor.
> Thanks in advance
I can host the articles for you if you'd like :-) ...the url will be
esc69.midphase.com/~moiress/yourfolderhere/ and I have 7GB of disk space
availible for use and unlimited bandwidth...lemme know if you're interested
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