To be or not to be?
The latest issue of “The Lamp!” for February 2001 has been released. This new issue is the first to include message content from A2Central.com’s bulletin board, so folks that aren’t a member of A2Central.com yet can get a glimpse into the discussions we’ve been having. You can download a copy from “The Lamp!” web site […]
Our services will be unavailable tomorrow starting at about noon PST while we switch to our brand new server. The outage should last between one and two hours.
Our new, vastly more powerful server will be arriving next Tuesday, and we intend to install it on Wednesday afternoon. Our services will be down for the duration of the installation process on that day; hopefully for no more than two or three hours. Once finished, our system should run up to 10-20 times faster than it does now.
If A2Central.com were to offer a programming course, which language would you prefer?
The Aurora Area Apple Core user group’s web site has moved to its new home; they have volunteered to help test our new personal web site service. Their new URL is https://www.a2central.com/~a2.howard.
We have moved to new IP addresses on a new, hopefully more reliable backbone.
Our Internet service provider expects to move us to a new backbone late this week or early next, so there will be a brief outage when that occurs. We will try to let you know in advance when that will happen, assuming we get advance notice ourselves.
Ryan Suenaga has released the February 2001 edition of Apple II News and Notes. You can download a copy from our FTP site.
The February meeting of the South Bay Apple Computer Club of Torrance, California will be held on Tuesday, February 13, at 7:30 PM in the Church of Christ at 3525 Maricopa St., which is one block north of Torrance Blvd and a long half-block west of Madrona. You can call (310) 503-5606 for additional directions if you can’t find it.