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Discussion in 'Forum Help and Feedback' started by Ronald Epstein, Mar 1, 2013.
Beware the Ides of March! If there is anything I can do to help during the migration, don't hesitate to ask.
Onward and upward! So excited to see the site continue to grow and improve. Thanks to everyone who continues to make the HTF the invaluable and enjoyable resource that it is.
What Brian said. Thank you everyone at HTF, I look forward to visiting the site after the move is completed.
Ready the bunkers! Make sure there's plenty of bottled water and canned food!
Any other way to look for updates besides Facebook? I refuse to join/use Facebook.
We are also on twitter. http://www.twitter.com/htforum
Updates will happen here on the site until the actual conversion. Of course you can keep checking www.hometheaterforum.com just know that we might be down for up to two days while everything is being converted.
I am a social dinosaur. No twitter, no facebook, nothing like that. But thanks for responding, David.
Looking forward to the new digs.
You're not a social dinosaur! You're a sensible, well-balanced human being! I don't mess about with twitter or facebook either.
Likewise. Congrats to all at HTF, and here's to some exciting days ahead!
Social dinosaurs use carrier birds to communicate. That way, you can eat the messenger. Problem is, after awhile, you stop getting mail. I've found it's not a problem with e-mails and forums, but they don't taste as good!! Looking forward to the update !!
Will I continue to get my Home Theater email alerts after the changeover? CHEERS!
Not at the start... It's on our list of things to get done though...
Up to two days>? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Good luck with the move! Hope all goes smoothly. See you on the flip side.
Exactly my thought! I go through withdrawals if there aren't a dozen HTF e-mails waiting for me every morning! Seriously, though, this is super news. Very very excited for the new digs and to kick the tires...oh, and to see how to "break" everything.
Good luck with the move!
LOL! You gave me my first laugh of the day. Thanks, Mike!