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What is the best place to upload a MSTing? [message #161493] Thu, 22 May 2008 03:32 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: PIcaRDMPC

I'm starting up a MSTing series, and I'm wondering where I could
upload it. I was initially going to use EWIC, but it closed down back
in December. The only other possible place I can think of is Media
Miner...I tried using Google to find a place but I just found archives
of much older MSTings.

So...what's the best place? Thanks in advance for answering my
question.
Re: What is the best place to upload a MSTing? [message #161495 is a reply to message #161493] Thu, 22 May 2008 15:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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PIcaRDMPC@gmail.com writes:

> I'm starting up a MSTing series, and I'm wondering where I could
> upload it. I was initially going to use EWIC, but it closed down back
> in December. The only other possible place I can think of is Media
> Miner...I tried using Google to find a place but I just found archives
> of much older MSTings.

> So...what's the best place? Thanks in advance for answering my
> question.

Well, certainly start with putting them up here. Alas, it's
starting to look like Web Site Number Nine might not be back anytime
soon. With a bit of luck there may be a useful alternative soon,
though.

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Re: What is the best place to upload a MSTing? [message #161496 is a reply to message #161493] Thu, 22 May 2008 15:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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<PIcaRDMPC@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:bfdeee1b-26eb-45bc-ac80-2a5ccbc48814@34g2000hsf.googlegroups.com...
> I'm starting up a MSTing series, and I'm wondering where I could
> upload it. I was initially going to use EWIC, but it closed down back
> in December. The only other possible place I can think of is Media
> Miner...I tried using Google to find a place but I just found archives
> of much older MSTings.
>
> So...what's the best place? Thanks in advance for answering my
> question.

Here would be a decent start (so long as GOOGLE retains emails) because
you can search old posts quite a ways back. Just don't post as an
attachment or GOOGLE will junk it.

Otherwise there is no pain in looking around the net for fellow MST'ies
and failing that, good MST3K-style humor is welcome in some generic fanfic
websites too.
Re: What is the best place to upload a MSTing? [message #161600 is a reply to message #161495] Thu, 22 May 2008 20:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: PIcaRDMPC

Okay. Thank you both very much.
Re: What is the best place to upload a MSTing? [message #161721 is a reply to message #161600] Sat, 24 May 2008 04:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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PIcaRDMPC@gmail.com writes:

> Okay. Thank you both very much.

Oh, yes, I just want to let you know I've received it on my
usenet server here. I haven't had time to *read* it yet, since there
always seems to be more to do than I have time for, but I'm glad to
see the fine tradition of MiSTings carried on.

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Joseph Nebus
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Re: What is the best place to upload a MSTing? [message #161828 is a reply to message #161721] Sun, 25 May 2008 06:20 Go to previous message
Anonymous
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Originally posted by: PIcaRDMPC

On May 24, 2:25 am, nebu...@-rpi-.edu (Joseph Nebus) wrote:
> PIcaRD...@gmail.com writes:
>> Okay. Thank you both very much.
>
> Oh, yes, I just want to let you know I've received it on my
> usenet server here. I haven't had time to *read* it yet, since there
> always seems to be more to do than I have time for, but I'm glad to
> see the fine tradition of MiSTings carried on.
>
> --
> Joseph Nebus
> ------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------

Ah, good. I hope you enjoy it, and please critique it. (I know the
host segments are the poorest part of it, definitely...it's what I get
for not bothering to outline them beforehand...I'll be doing that from
now on, you can believe me on that.)
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