Re: [RedHotJazz] Re: contact for Scott Alexander
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Sent: Monday, November 01, 2010 2:04 AM
Subject: Re: [RedHotJazz] Re: contact for Scott Alexander
> It just occurred to me that someone has to be paying his hosting companyQuite right. This was obvious, but I hadn't thought of looking.
> to keep the site online.
I've just found one name, and two postal addresses (no idea what the
"administrative contact" can be, but there's also a phone number and email)
Not that this thread is quite relevant to the topic of this group,
but attempting to get in touch with the person who is in charge
of the domain name - and, possibly, learning what's become of
Scott, while respecting his decision if it was indeed not to be personnally
disturbed - is very important for the future of the RHJ archives, and even
for the group's activity.
The domain name was apparently renewed for two years, and expires on
December 10th 2010.
From this point, I am ready to send mail to any likely address, but if
someone who knows Scott better than I used to - I am thinking of the many
contributors who helped building the site - is willing to help, or can find
more relevant phrasing than I could, please let me/us know.
I do not publish the addresses here because the group's messages are
available to a good deal of perfectly unknown subscribers, as well as to any
visitor of the group's webpage, and I do not want anyone to be flooded with
uncontrolled, individual mail or phone calls.
- You ever find Scott Alexander?
--- In RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com, Franklisa <FrankLisa@...> wrote:
> I am trying to reach Scott Alexander so I can quote the Red Hot Jazz site in its entry on the Texas Blue Destroyer and Bubber Miley. However, the email address for Scott on the site is defunct. Any help?
> Frank Mauceri
> Smog Veil Records
> 1658 N Milwaukee Ave #284
> Chicago, IL 60647
> p: 773-706-0450
> f: 312-276-8519
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