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 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 08:21 on 23 June 2006.
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 Location: Greenwich, NSW
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I've been a little busy with moving house recently which will explain the delays at getting the Vintage Radio forums active again though I propose to do a bit of work on them this weekend. Hopefully I can get them working flawlessly on the new site before Monday, though it will involve a bit of hard yakka.

I'm spurred on by the recent sharp increase in the site's membership and feel that I owe them, and indeed existing members an offer of a fully functioning site. Hopefully I can move towards this over the weekend.

In other news, I have been told that Kriesler is back in business and has been for a while, offering plasma television and home theatre products through various outlets, depending on the state you live in. Their website is www.kriesler.com.au.

Update: If you have seen funny things happening here over the last few days, it's just me (the site owner) trying to migrate the forum database from the old site. Database and website will be fully operational very soon. Smile


A valve a day keeps the transistor away...

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