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The gallery and images that were located on this site are no longer available.
I have supplied Joe a free home for his site for the past two years. Joe's site has become so popular with all of his photos all over the internet that his bandwidth has been tremendious. This means the amount of people viewing his photos has reached more than 10 Gigabytes a month for some time now. This is by no means too large for a web site to do but, it adds up with all of my other client's bandwidth to be quite large! I asked Joe if there was something he could do to help me out to reduce the bandwidth issue. Joe's site is still on my server and will continue to be there. Joe has been wanting to do the cd photos for sometime now and this was what he decided.
Dave Nix Grafixbynix.com Web Hosting
Re: Anyone else get this news about Joe T.'s site?#49774 03/16/0507:34 PM03/16/0507:34 PM
Joe, Over the years you have re-formatted your site a number of times. I thought I'd take a minute and tell you what I'd like to see.
FINDING the appropriate image can be an issue. Perhaps you could group them by subject matter- even using the NEC layout as a guide (as well as other topics, such as 'transformers').
It's also nice to see a pic of "right" together with the "wrong."
TIME is another issue. I believe there is a need to also show how things used to be done....for example, how connections were made in the days before wire-nuts. Too often, the younger crowd gets all excited when they see something that's new to them, but obsolete to the rest of us. I.E....two wire romex, followed by reduced ground romex....followed by the full size ground that we use today.
Just a few thoughts.
Re: Anyone else get this news about Joe T.'s site?#49779 03/18/0510:03 PM03/18/0510:03 PM
Thanks renosteinke they are good suggestions. I will work on the site along those lines. I have many old calalogs and will take one with me this week while in Kentucky and Tennessee and capture a few old time fittings and devices to add.
Joe Tedesco, NEC Consultant
Re: Anyone else get this news about Joe T.'s site?#49780 03/26/0501:20 PM03/26/0501:20 PM