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Hip Hip Hooray for the threaded archiving!

Posted by RocketHealer Jim++ on February 12, 1999 at 07:43:33:

I was looking in the archives for info on Herpes Zoster (Shingles) for a friend. I realized that in addition to the old form of archiving, recently there has been a lot of work expended to archive recent posts in a linked fashion easy to find what thread you are interested in.

So go check out the archives if you have not been there in a while. It's a Major improvement!

By the way, where do I find info on Shingles here?

Hooray!
RocketHealer Jim++


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Re: Hip Hip Hooray for the threaded archiving!

Posted by Bill on February 13, 1999 at 11:41:53:

In Reply to: Hip Hip Hooray for the threaded archiving! posted by RocketHealer Jim++ on February 12, 1999 at 07:43:33:

Hi Jim,

I was wondering if anyone noticed the threaded archiving - thanks! It only seems to be a problem in Bob McFerran's archive on the metabolic diet - there are TONS of threads there.

There are three places shingles is mentioned:

Feb 1998 EBV
May 1998 LGS
Jul 1998 LGS

You may have to scroll down a bit to find the references.

Bill


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Thanks for finding those!

Posted by RocketHealer Jim++ on February 13, 1999 at 18:43:59:

In Reply to: Re: Hip Hip Hooray for the threaded archiving! posted by Bill on February 13, 1999 at 11:41:53:

Thanks, Bill for finding those for me. I don't suppose there is any way yet for me to do such searching myself except in going to each and every logical archive and then searching within the page.

After a while the major search engines will re-crawl your site and will update their listings. Then I could use their search engine to find what I'm looking for here when it is smaller than what would deserve its own archive.

Thanks for doing such a wonderful job on the archives. It would be so much easier to just throw out the old discusions. :-)

RocketHealer Jim++



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