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The Old Forum

The old forum was operated for almost 15 years on continuousWave, from February 12, 2001 until September 21, 2015. This forum has been closed, but all of its contents remain available for viewing. There is an enormous amount of information contained in the old forum postings. To help in locating this information, I have generated some static indexes of the forum postings that go back roughly two years, to October 2013. Postings earlier than that are still available, but must be located by searching. Searching the forum archives can be done with the search method below.

Please note that the articles from the old forum will contain many dead or inoperative links related to forum navigation. If you encounter a 404-Not Found result from a hyperlink, you most likely tried to navigate within the old forum. This is no longer possible. Old forum articles are available only by direct linking to them, not by forum navigation. You can locate forum threads that are not more than two years old by the static indexes below. You can also locate forum threads by the search method below.

The following static Index will lead to further indexes of the individual forums, which were current for articles from the last day of operation of the old forums to articles not more than two years old:

Search the Old Forum or All-Website

This search uses GOOGLE to search the Old Forum by keywords, or to search individual forums, or to search all website contents by keywords:

SEARCH WITHIN:
  All CONTINUOUSWAVE content
      The OLD FORUM
      All OLD FORUM content
        THE GAM
        MARKETPLACE
        REPAIRS and MODS
        PERFORMANCE
        SMALL BOAT ELECTRICAL
        TRIPS and RENDEZVOUS
        POST-CLASSIC
        CETACEA COMMENTS
SEARCH FOR KEYWORDS:
  

Because GOOGLE generally has an excellent search index of the website and the forums, this search should be very effective, as long as GOOGLE has the target page in its search index. Thanks go to David Ruest for writing the HTML code for this search method.

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Author: James W. Hebert
This article first appeared October 9, 2015.

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