ESMB Archive & Web Site

Veda

Well-known member


Ex Scientologist Message Board Redux is the living extension of the Ex Scientologist Message Board Archive Ex Scientologist Message Board and the Ex Scientologist Message Board Web Site http://exscn.net/

The ESMB Archive and Web Site contain twelve years of ideas, analysis, experience, opinion, and humor.



The image below is from the cover of a counter culture comix of the early 1970s depicting the scene in San Francisco during the Summer of Love in 1967, when Jesus returned to Earth only to find himself talked into joining staff at the San Francisco Scientology "Org."


Christ returned & joined staff | Ex Scientologist Message Board

The ESMB Archive is usually much calmer than that, but still interesting and informative.

The Archive can be searched most easily using Google with exscn.net preceding any search term.
 

Veda

Well-known member
A while back Emma mentioned that she was refurbishing the ESMB web site: Ex Scientologist, and tidying up the ESMB archive: Ex Scientologist Message Board .

Does anyone else think that both of these links, more prominently displayed, would have a stimulating effect on ESMB Redux?
 

stratty

Stiff Member
A while back Emma mentioned that she was refurbishing the ESMB web site: Ex Scientologist, and tidying up the ESMB archive: Ex Scientologist Message Board .

Does anyone else think that both of these links, more prominently displayed, would have a stimulating effect on ESMB Redux?
Well, I just checked. There were 94 guests (lurkers) looking at esmb and only 4 on esmbr, so they're obviously not transferring over.
 

freethinker

Controversial
Well, I just checked. There were 94 guests (lurkers) looking at esmb and only 4 on esmbr, so they're obviously not transferring over.
Not yet, but they will.
 

Veda

Well-known member
Well, I just checked. There were 94 guests (lurkers) looking at esmb and only 4 on esmbr, so they're obviously not transferring over.
To clarify, at some point, new people will be finding ESMB Redux, never having seen the ESMB archive and, also, not being aware of the ESMB Web Site.

Ar one time the ESMB Web Site was prominently displayed atop the original ESMB.

If it were possible to prominently display, essentially the essence of opening post of this thread, atop the front page (in what is now a large empty space) of ESMB Redux, complete with simple instructions for by-passing the inferior search function of the ESMB archive, that would allow new people easy access to a vast amount of material.

That, in turn, would be a source of stimulation that would help produce new threads and posts on ESMB Redux.

The whole idea is to use what's available to stimulate maximum participation.
 
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