Vintage Computer Forum

Jason Scott jason at
Fri Apr 15 10:58:18 CDT 2016

This thread started to flag out, but I am delighted that it has bloomed
into a beautiful rose bouquet of classic computing.
On Apr 15, 2016 8:16 AM, "Rod Smallwood" <rodsmallwood52 at>

> Hello Tor
> Lets see if I can go back to when I used to teach computers 101 and make
> it simple.
> 1. I never registered before. No not ever!!!
> 2. Somebody tried to use my email address  No not me!!!
> 3.  Searching does not work I have no idea what to search for.
> 3.  I can call myself whatever I like  and the result is the same. Yes
> every time !!!
> 4. I never get a password reset email  because there  never was a password
> to reset !!
> 5. Please go and delete anything related to rodsmallwood52 at
> and
>     let me know when its done. I can start from there.
>     Its just a bulletin board system like the one I ran from 1983 to 1990.
>     Never assume the software is perfect and the user does not know what
> they are doing.
>     All I wanted to do was to put up some information about the PDP-8 and
> PDP-11 replacement front panels I
>    produce because somebody asked me to. Making six layer silk screened
> panels is a whole lot easier than this!!
> Rod Smallwod
> On 15/04/2016 03:44, Tor Arntsen wrote:
>> On 14 April 2016 at 16:04, Rod Smallwood <rodsmallwood52 at>
>> wrote:
>> I have no idea what you are talking about.
>>> I have no user name no password or anything else to search with.
>>> Please repeat your message in understandable English
>>> Rod Smallwood
>>> Sorry. I simply assumed everyone would be familiar with the site:
>> search format of e.g. google.
>> As I didn't want to insert a direct link to your (or apparently yours)
>> user page on a public forum I opted for how to find it instead.
>> The search engines support a 'site:' keyword to limit searches to e.g.
>> a single website.
>> So, entering:
>> "Rod Smallwood"
>> into the search field of or most other search engines will
>> search for your name not all over the net, but only on those pages
>> limited by the 'site:' option. That'll lead you to the user page (and
>> also some posts mentioning your name).
>> But I see that others have posted the direct link anyway.
>> As for your login problems, Erik or Evan K. (owner of the new home of
>> the forum) should be able to help you out.
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