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 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 21:00 on 16 January 2008.
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Today a new faster connection was installed to make Vintage Radio load faster on your machine. This increase in speed is the first of many upgrade activities to take place on this website in 2008.

I am currently designing a new website to replace this one and whilst at times it may not appear this way, I have taken on board many suggestions that vintage radio enthusiasts have offered me via e-mail and in the chat forums on this website.

Such feedback is always welcome and I hope that throughout the year the many new things here will help keep everyone interested.

Naturally this does not mean that the job will be finished. Sites like Vintage Radio are always evolving. If you have a suggestion relating to something you'd like to see included here then I am still pleased to hear about it. I look forward to continue improving this website throughout 2008. Smile


A valve a day keeps the transistor away...

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