Re: Yahoo Groups
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Guys/Gals, let me weigh in on this if I may?
My experiences at the moment with Yahoo groups is that I'm not experiencing any problem(s).
Not that I'm a genius with computers...far from it! I'm an appliance operator.
Ex: One evening I was exchanging emails with Steve, W3HF. In the course of this exchange, I was trying to reconcile my XYL's checkbook...
I commented to Steve on what I was doing, and that my Border Collie, Keli Marie, was lying next to me dreaming about fractal geometry! (The infinitely changing circumference of the United States or such.)
Anyway, I have Windows 10, (build unknown) and I originally went to the Yahoo Groups home page, copied the URL and made a desktop icon.
I went there this morning and the desktop icon/link was working just fine. It took me to my Yahoo Groups "home page". Excuse my terminology if incorrect.
Can't we just wait it out, just for a week or two, and see what happens?
I'm not a member of any Google group that I know of, so I cant comment on what to do with that medium.
I am a huge fan of the Google search engine, and most everything I've learned since I graduated from "Harvard on the Bayou"...(Louisiana State University)...in 1967, I learned on Google! (guys/gals, pls...that’s humor)
It is interesting to note how some guys are wavering back and forth...enuf about that...
From: 070@... [mailto:070@...]
Sent: Friday, December 1, 2017 1:46 PM
Subject: Re:  Yahoo Groups
I agree. Google groups is bulky and difficult to use as well as confusing when you have more than one group.
From: "Mike Watson mikew@... " <070@...>
No, you REALLY don't want to go to Google groups. If you think Yahoo is bad, Google is worse. I had a group there and quickly moved it to a private server using MailMan.
Mike - W0TMW
"Lose not thy airspeed, lest the ground rises up and smites thee."
-- William Kershner
On 12/01/2017 12:38 PM, Charles Odom ki4vmk@...  wrote: