Monthly Archives: January 2002

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How about them apples, Isaac? As of this very evening, the Newted Community membership roster passed the 700 member mark. My word. It seems like only a few months ago that we hit 600 members. Come to think of it, it was only a few months ago. Now, before we get all carbonated by the […]

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Aw, nuts. The Newted Community ended up not being selected as one of the finalists in the 2002 SXSW Website Competition, not that it’s any great surprise. As you may or may not recall, I entered this site on a whim in the redesign and relaunch category because, darn it all, we went through quite […]

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I have unfortunately had to change the way the Newted Community server handles SMTP (outbound) email. If you have been using the Newted Community server (newted.dyndns.org) as your SMTP or outbound mail server, you will need to change your email client to use a different SMTP server. Due to the Newted Community server being flagged […]

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Well look at that. The 2001 Newties have been announced and not only was the Newted Community runner-up in the Best Overall Web Site category behind Victor Rehorst’s indescribably useful United Network of Newton Archives, but we snagged an honorable mention for the Best FTP Archive. Wow. Imagine what would happen if I actual spent […]

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