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I have moved my JFK Web Page to a server called fsphost.com. The new URL is:

http://four.fsphost.com/crevmore/jfk.htm

I have also moved my JFK articles there. The old URLs will soon expire.

Fsphost.com (www.fsphost.com) is a free hosting service like none other I have seen. I recommend it to anyone looking for free web space. It’s located in Germany. All you have to do to use it is create a username. They don’t even care who you are, as long as you upload nothing that is illegal or pornographic.

There are no ads that will clutter your page. No banners, no pop-ups. I don’t know what they make their money from and I don’t care.

You can upload your page to their server with one simple click. No FSP software or other procedure needed, just a mouse. It literally takes one second.

One disadvantage is that you can’t use your own domain name. If that’s not a problem, you are literally home free. Also you can’t use cgi script. I don’t even know what that is, but I apparently had some. I use some ads by Google on some of my web pages. The coding provided by Google for these ads apparently includes cgi script, because I could not upload those pages. When I deleted the ad coding, the pages uploaded with no problem.

Fsphost.com is a good place for forum members to post photos or documents or whatever for others to see, if you’ve reached your forum limit or whatever.

If you want some free web space and plenty of it, plus ridiculously easy uploading, IMO it’s the place to go.

And now that I’ve made this glowing recommendation, the server will probably crash or I’ll get kicked off or something.

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I have moved my JFK Web Page to a server called fsphost.com. The new URL is:

http://four.fsphost.com/crevmore/jfk.htm

I have also moved my JFK articles there. The old URLs will soon expire.

Fsphost.com (www.fsphost.com) is a free hosting service like none other I have seen. I recommend it to anyone looking for free web space. It’s located in Germany. All you have to do to use it is create a username. They don’t even care who you are, as long as you upload nothing that is illegal or pornographic.

There are no ads that will clutter your page. No banners, no pop-ups. I don’t know what they make their money from and I don’t care.

You can upload your page to their server with one simple click. No FSP software or other procedure needed, just a mouse. It literally takes one second.

One disadvantage is that you can’t use your own domain name. If that’s not a problem, you are literally home free. Also you can’t use cgi script. I don’t even know what that is, but I apparently had some. I use some ads by Google on some of my web pages. The coding provided by Google for these ads apparently includes cgi script, because I could not upload those pages. When I deleted the ad coding, the pages uploaded with no problem.

Fsphost.com is a good place for forum members to post photos or documents or whatever for others to see, if you’ve reached your forum limit or whatever.

If you want some free web space and plenty of it, plus ridiculously easy uploading, IMO it’s the place to go.

And now that I’ve made this glowing recommendation, the server will probably crash or I’ll get kicked off or something.

Thanks Ron..... timely information

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I have moved my JFK Web Page to a server called fsphost.com. The new URL is:

http://four.fsphost.com/crevmore/jfk.htm

I have also moved my JFK articles there. The old URLs will soon expire.

Fsphost.com (www.fsphost.com) is a free hosting service like none other I have seen. I recommend it to anyone looking for free web space. It’s located in Germany. All you have to do to use it is create a username. They don’t even care who you are, as long as you upload nothing that is illegal or pornographic.

There are no ads that will clutter your page. No banners, no pop-ups. I don’t know what they make their money from and I don’t care.

You can upload your page to their server with one simple click. No FSP software or other procedure needed, just a mouse. It literally takes one second.

One disadvantage is that you can’t use your own domain name. If that’s not a problem, you are literally home free. Also you can’t use cgi script. I don’t even know what that is, but I apparently had some. I use some ads by Google on some of my web pages. The coding provided by Google for these ads apparently includes cgi script, because I could not upload those pages. When I deleted the ad coding, the pages uploaded with no problem.

Fsphost.com is a good place for forum members to post photos or documents or whatever for others to see, if you’ve reached your forum limit or whatever.

If you want some free web space and plenty of it, plus ridiculously easy uploading, IMO it’s the place to go.

And now that I’ve made this glowing recommendation, the server will probably crash or I’ll get kicked off or something.

Thanks Ron..... timely information

Thank you also, Ron. I know a man in my writer's workshop who is looking for a free webpage site. I'd like to know, can people post their opinions on your site like here or are there just "comments" like on my blog?

Kathy

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I know a man in my writer's workshop who is looking for a free webpage site.

I should have mentioned that fsphost.com at present doesn't offer any help in webpage design. It strictly offers space for whatever the user has ready to upload.

I'd like to know, can people post their opinions on your site like here or are there just "comments" like on my blog?

There's an e-mail address, but no place on the site for opinions or comments. People either agree with me or I don't want to hear from them.

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There's an e-mail address, but no place on the site for opinions or comments. People either agree with me or I don't want to hear from them.

An excellent principle Ron.

Reminds me of Oscar Wilde: "I dislike arguments of any kind. They are always vulgar, and often convincing."

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Robin,

Thanks, great photo. I wish we could come up with a speculative ID of the grinning guy on the far left. Looks Latino. I used to wonder if he might be Gabaldon. But I don't think he's short enough. (I think he's standing in the street instead of on the curb, which makes him look shorter than the others.)

Ron

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Robin,

Thanks, great photo. I wish we could come up with a speculative ID of the grinning guy on the far left. Looks Latino. I used to wonder if he might be Gabaldon. But I don't think he's short enough. (I think he's standing in the street instead of on the curb, which makes him look shorter than the others.)

Ron

Thanks Ron.

I sent the Scan to James Richards, he is having a good look at that guy.

He said in an email that he appears to Cuban in appearance.

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Robin,

Thanks, great photo. I wish we could come up with a speculative ID of the grinning guy on the far left. Looks Latino. I used to wonder if he might be Gabaldon. But I don't think he's short enough. (I think he's standing in the street instead of on the curb, which makes him look shorter than the others.)

Ron

Thanks Ron.

I sent the Scan to James Richards, he is having a good look at that guy.

He said in an email that he appears to Cuban in appearance.

Lee Forman and I have been tossing this idea around.

James

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