I: [TCML] Hot-Streamer Mirror
bert.hickman at aquila.net
Tue Nov 18 22:34:07 MST 2008
Hi Bart, Terry and all,
I agree - there's quite a wealth of information and a whole lot of Tesla
coiling history lurking within Hot-Streamer's 7+ GB of files and user
sites. Hot-Streamer and the Pupman archives are an invaluable resource
to newbies, skilled builders, and serious researchers. Thanks again for
sending out the "seed" DVD's Terry!
Within a few days we'll also have a Hot-Streamer mirror site operational
that should help to "share the load" and provide additional bandwidth.
In addition to our regular web site, the new Hot Streamer site will
support all of the existing Hot-Streamer files and, hopefully, new
coiler sites/info as long as it doesn't take an inordinate amount of
time to administer. We're been using IX Web Hosting for our existing
web site and will also be using them for the Hot-Streamer mirror. Our
new site also has "unlimited" storage and bandwidth - we'll see! :^)
> Hi Terry,
> I think you "nailed" why hot-streamer was so important. There is really
> a lot of history at hot-streamer, and specifically, TCML history. We've
> all learned so much through the years and hot-streamer was the best at
> documenting much of the main topics and supporting documentation. The
> way you feel about that data is the same as many of us, and hot-streamer
> was the place to refer back to it (which is why we wanted those DVD's!).
> I have some DVD's to send out this week also for those that missed the
> initial seed copies.
> Hopefully some other mirrors can get up and running (that will help
> distribute the load so that's it's not a huge draw on anyones site).
> piranha wrote:
>> But as I scan down the file list... It is all just mesmerizing!!!
>> Maybe you had to "be there", but 95% of those files are just breath
>> Best Regards,
> Tesla mailing list
> Tesla at www.pupman.com
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