Quoting from the archives is one matter. Posting full copies of old posts
no longer in play gets into an area of copyright I don't want to get into.
So I didn't put the Crippen posts on my site.
I know of others that have copies and at one time there was a post on how to
get copies via an e-mail request. So I rather suspect that others have
I indicated what the posts were about in case anyone else was interested in
discussing Eliot and murder. You sent in the post on Crippen so I assume
that it has some meaning to you. Why not others?
The locations I sent are still probably of more interest to the group as a
whole than some other recent posts.
Pat Sloane wrote:
> Rick, I'm glad you have a copy of the archives. And I think Arwin might
> But unless you're willing to share the material, your posting of the dates
> of no use whatever to Jim, to me, or to any of the rest of us. It's just
> list of what you have and we don't. As a lot of people are concerned
> the present--and maybe permanent--inaccessibility of the archives, it's
> bad that "your" copy isn't available.
> Not to worry. Arwin had his copy posted for a while, and maybe he'll do it
> again. If not, then it just isn't available.