Gregory the American
Well, you could.
Also, maybe have them hosted at free file host site: https://www.hostingadvice.com/how-to/free-file-hosting-services/
Well, you could.
Good to know it still (mostly) exists. A cursory read failed to locate the passage in question, I'll get back to you.The binder has a few pages missing from decades ago because I used them in a separate folder to do processes. But, which paragraphs do you want to verify. My copy is not from the internet. Someone physically took their own original to Kinko's and ran off duplicates of the pages. The internet copy seems bigger in volume, at a glance.
Ah, yes and no. Hats is like some kind of self-studied Professor of Sci-Fi and Past Life Religious Studies. It appears she’s found a buddy or two with similar interests. But she’s cool, she just enjoys it like discussing philosophy. Turns every stone, every possibility, but she’s also incredibly normal in a good way.Wow! Some people really got in DEEP. I hesitate to even comment.
I just happened upon this thread in passing.Server can't handle the zip, too big. And it refuses to load any of the mp3 files.
A USB adapter for an external HDD for Linux Mint should work.Reminds me of Star Trek TNG with the Borg. You have to be very smart to fight them and beat them.
I have some of those McMaster's audio's on an Ext. HD. Unfortunately the HD will not mount on my laptop. Or I'd post them all here in .mp3
The drive itself still works, but it's a bit beyond my Linux abilities to troubleshoot & fix the problem. It's probably a simple 5 minute line of code easy fix.... but IDK how to do it.
absolutely, dropbox accounts are free, and you don't need to have local storage enabled, as it's stored remotely.I just happened upon this thread in passing.
To share files, you have to put them in your dropbox account (file sharing platform) and provide a link,
where people can go and download what you want them to have. You are not going to upload zips or MP3s
to the message board or via a PM (private message). Message board does not work that way. I have shared
things with others by giving them a dropbox link to use. A dropbox link is non-identifying, AFAIK. Not a
worry. Best of my knowledge, it's secure and very obfuscated, in terms of who owns the dropbox:
Can a Dropbox shared link be traced back to the user who shared it? Not anymore. Some time before the shared link from the public folder used to include the username on the URL. This has changed now, so there's no way anymore to trace back the userthat generated a shared link.Hope this helps.
Those lectures are still posted and functioning here:Carmelo orchards (Ed Berwick) had shared 3 or 4 excellent McMaster audio mp3 on the old esmb. Not found online lately. I can't share mine because the file formats aren't accepted.
They do open up. I had wanted to listen to Every Man His Own Messiah. Thanks for the working links. I wouldn't have known where to look for those. Was hoping the audio would be in the Clearbird files..Those lectures are still posted and functioning here:
Don't know. The two links to "Power Processes" appear to be to two (identical) copies of a single lecture, which is not one of the three you posted above.They do open up. I had wanted to listen to Every Man His Own Messiah. Thanks for the working links. I wouldn't have known where to look for those. Was hoping the audio would be in the Clearbird files..
Your cache is the same one Ed was trying to share, minus one or two?