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Re:saving info question 2 Months ago  
+1 on willingness to pay for a set of cd/dvd of the tech articles
 
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Re:saving info question 2 Months ago  
Hiptfarms wrote:
+1 on willingness to pay for a set of cd/dvd of the tech articles

Agreed.... Unless we can get Peter Noonan to sell them on an infomercial for Time Life.

Seriously, this can be less time consuming than the copy/paste option, but could also be a small income generator to help defray the costs.

Personally, I have copied many articles already, but I never know what will be needed in the future. I would gladly buy a set to keep as reference.
 
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Re:saving info question 2 Months ago  
I still think a set of DVDs for the site would be a nice exit plan.

Current members that know what the site is would be willing to pay for membership,
but I don't picture a pay site competing for new members in the world of Facebook.


http://roadstarclinic.com/component/option,com_fireboard/Itemid,187/func,view/catid,4/id,1026568/#1026557
 
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Re:saving info question 2 Months ago  
Gram,

Is there a possibility to create a DVD set of the tech articles from the forum. I have to believe there are vendors that can mass produce the DVD's at an inexpensive price. Is this an alternative worthy of discussion?

Thanks.... and btw, thank you for all of the work you have done to feed our collective passion. I know I have benefited greatly.

Greg
 
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Re:saving info question 2 Months ago  
I'd be in for a disc copy of the tech articles.
 
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Re:saving info question 2 Months ago  
Old Man wrote:
I'd be in for a disc copy of the tech articles.I too will pay. Please make this happen
 
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Re:saving info question 2 Months ago  
I would also be interested in a disc copy.
 
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Re:saving info question 2 Months ago  
Tech articles are easy enough to save, they are shorter.

A simple .mht file from IE, print to file, PDF, etc., will cover most.

I like the some of the long threads, watching mistakes made, solutions found, procedures evolving, type stuff.

Even going back and looking at some of the first M&Gs come together.
 
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Re:saving info question 1 Month, 4 Weeks ago  
I would also be interested in purchasing a disc of the tech articles.
 
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Re:saving info question 1 Month, 4 Weeks ago  
There are a few threads that should be included as well or converted into tech articles. Ones like this: http://roadstarclinic.com/component/option,com_fireboard/Itemid,187/func,view/id,788360/catid,58/
 
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