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Mayday: FreeEnergy.GreaterThings.com on its way down

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  • Sterling D. Allan
    Regarding FreeEnergy.GreaterThings.com I m in process of moving GreaterThings.com to a free webserver because I am unable to cover the expenses of hosting it
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 1, 2003
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      Regarding FreeEnergy.GreaterThings.com

      I'm in process of moving GreaterThings.com to a free webserver because I am
      unable to cover the expenses of hosting it on a paid server.

      The site is ~300 MB, about half of which is the "Free Energy" portion of the
      site.

      Most free servers are limited to 25 - 50 MB. That will constitute a
      stripping down of the site to the bare bones. All the "tech give-away"
      pages will be gone. The Tilley video footage will have to go. The
      blueprints will be gone. Most of the images will be gone. Many of the
      inventor and technology feature pages will be gone.

      Just a few minutes ago, someone out of the blue offered to host the site for
      a year for free at about 100 MB and "possibly more."

      I'm sending this message to my Free Energy lists to see if there is anyone
      out there who might be able to make a similar or better offer so I can
      compare the two and decide.

      Of course, I would prefer to be able to keep the site up as it is, but my
      financial situation does not have prospect of improving. People do not
      donate (but rarely), and that leaves me holding the bag, and I am already
      indigent, having chosen the "impossible dream" over a cushy position in
      Babylon.

      It breaks my heart, but I am left with no alternative -- unless one or
      several of you wants to step in and help save the site.

      I just thought you would want to know the site is in jeopardy, so you have
      an opportunity to salvage it before its gone.

      I'm not sure if the Free Energy portion of the site could be hosted separate
      from the root domain: GreaterThings.com Those of you with server experience
      may know the answer to that question.

      Sterling
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