My website hiccups

Subject: My website hiccups
Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 14:08:50 +1000

G'day all

I'm sure many of you have noticed that my website has been unavailable for a
couple of weeks (yeah right!)  My ISP decided to move it to another server
without telling me.

The good news is that it is back but at a different address:-  Please change all your
bookmarks and links accordingly.

The bad news is that some of the links are broken.  I have an idea why this is
and will endeavour to fix things asap.  For those who are interested in these
things - filenames beginning with capital letters don't load.  This is really
annoying because the internet is designed to be case neutral.  I don't know what
OS the new server is running but I bet it is one of Microsoft's latest offerings
- no doubt redefining the standards as that company likes to do.

Anyway, the best internet resource for birding in south west Victoria is back
(actually I don't know of any others).  This little exercise has had one
positive - I've been inspired to do some more work on it.

If anyone has any comments on the content or ideas for new information, please
let me know.



Steve Clark
Hamilton, Victoria, 3300

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