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Announcement   Announcement : SEAL and Total Amiga Websites AW Hosted
   posted by rhino on 25-Feb-2004 20:05:43 (1173 reads)
South Essex Amiga Link are proud to announce that our club website and the site of Total Amiga magazine are now being hosted on the AmigaWorld.net server.

After our sites were unavailable several times in the last few months we were pleased to be able to arrange a move to AmigaWorld's server which we've noticed has been very reliable while hosting a high profile site.


The sites are still accessed via the same addresses, http://www.seal-amiga.co.uk and http://www.totalamiga.org.

Our thanks go to the AmigaWorld.net team for their assistance.
    

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Bodie 
Re: SEAL and Total Amiga Websites Now Hosted by AmigaWorld.n
Posted on 26-Feb-2004 1:02:03
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Amigaworld.net has become a monster consuming all in its path

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DoodooHead 
Re: SEAL and Total Amiga Websites Now Hosted by AmigaWorld.n
Posted on 26-Feb-2004 1:27:03
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@ Bodie

Fear Not Amigaworld! It is your friend.

I am more concerned about the seal.

Won't the water splash on the server?
Isn't there a danger of the flippers knocking things over?
Do the barking sounds disturb the system administrator?
Can I send a dead fish, via paypal, to feed this seal?

DoodooHead

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Bodie_CI5 
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Posted on 26-Feb-2004 9:50:48
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Well, a huge WELCOME to the n00biez!

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sicky 
Re: SEAL and Total Amiga Websites Now Hosted by AmigaWorld.n
Posted on 26-Feb-2004 10:05:27
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@ DoodooHead

"I am more concerned about the seal.

Won't the water splash on the server?
Isn't there a danger of the flippers knocking things over?
Do the barking sounds disturb the system administrator?
Can I send a dead fish, via paypal, to feed this seal?"

We promise not to splash too much, keep our fins in, not bark and fresh fish is better for us

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sicky 
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Posted on 26-Feb-2004 10:09:47
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@ Bodie

"Amigaworld.net has become a monster consuming all in its path"

Oh no! Didn't realised that AmigaWorld had Polar bears waiting to consume us..... eek

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ikir 
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Posted on 26-Feb-2004 10:42:56
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AW is growing.......... AW is a GIANT



Welcome ON AmigaWorld

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DoodooHead 
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Posted on 26-Feb-2004 23:49:44
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@ sicky

Just teasing. You guys do a great job. I wish there was a Amiga User's Group near me. I only have the reports on the shows and demos to amuse me while I wait. Here in California, there seems to be unwritten rule: All Amigans must be at least 100 miles apart.

DoodooHead

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Doug 
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Posted on 28-Feb-2004 8:28:15
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Quote:
We promise not to splash too much, keep our fins in, not bark and fresh fish is better for us


Ah - good old Fred Fish

http://www.back2roots.org/CDs/Find/Fred%20Fish%2C1/

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