Re: [MedievalSawdust] Master Charles web site missing?
- I currently have it as http://www.livinghistory.co.uk/homepages/oakley/
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In the worse case scenario..... Check out the Internet
Just type in the URL and it will will pull-up a
history of when that site has been "backed up." i use
it fairly regularly when i reach dead links. Sometimes
it works, sometimes it doesn't....
Hopefully, this might help...
--- "Bruce S. R. Lee" <bsrlee2@...> wrote:
> Does anyone know what happened to the site hosting
> Master Charles'
> woodworking articles? It used to be
> http://www.medievalwood.org/charles/ but that is now
> dead, as is
> http://www.medievalwoodworking.com/ which was also
> useful. Dead server?
> Brusi of Orkney
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> http://www.medievalwoodworking.com/ which was also useful. Dead server?Master Ranulf of Waterford, keeper of this page, is apparently having ISP issues. Hopefully they will be resolved soon.
- Many thanks, that is what I was looking for.
Like a lot of people I saved a copy of the files originally, but they
are on an old PC that has developed a case of no-go. I've again
downloaded the pages, but there seem to be 2 that the pictures are
missing from - I'll try them again later & see if it is an ISP
problem. The link in the files section still points to the old site.
Brusi of Orkney
At 03:36 AM 26/02/2008, you wrote:
>I currently have it as
>Hope this Helps,
>Bruce S. R. Lee wrote:
>>Does anyone know what happened to the site hosting Master Charles'
>>woodworking articles? It used to be
>>but that is now dead, as is
>>which was also useful. Dead server?
>>Brusi of Orkney
Hey all… well, I was going through the mail and noticed this thread… as this isn’t the first time a site has apparently gone the way of all things (i.e., belly up in the fish tank of life), I’m going to be putting the site up under my own domain… I’ll post details once I get this done. Who knows… might even get around to putting some new stuff up there one of these days… in any case, a big thanks to the folks at www.livinghistory.org for having copied the site and keeping it going…
Your most obdn’t servant –
- I still have all the original files but have been unable to get my domain going again.FarinOn Feb 28, 2008, at 10:46 PM, James Winkler wrote: