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E.M. Bell 10-15-2005 12:44 AM

New Combined NS Forums
 
Howdy all,

A group of us that run Two popular NS yahoo groups recently made the decision to move away from yahoo and combined the groups in a BBS fourm (much like the RP forums) . The two groups are the NSrailfan group (the largest yahoo group devoted to the NS) and my NS central Div group. If your not a member of either of those groups, I invite you to check the new Board out, register, and participate!

The new board has sections for many topics pertaining to the NS and predecessor roads, and the all important off topic forum that is sure to see many livley BS sessions. The URL is http://jreb.org/v-web/bulletin/bb/index.php . feel free to check it out and join in! All you have to do is register (same process as this board)

hope to see some of you there! http://jreb.org/v-web/bulletin/bb/index.php

NicTrain35 10-15-2005 01:00 AM

Nice work, E.M. I have registered. Nice site!

ccaranna 10-15-2005 01:18 AM

Me too! I like how you joined 12/31/69. Did they have the internet then? :lol:

Ru1056 10-15-2005 01:48 AM

Tin cans and string :p

But wasn't that before Al Gore invented it?

trainmonster 10-15-2005 04:25 PM

Cool! Just went and signed up.

Rich

Frederick 10-15-2005 08:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ccaranna
Me too! I like how you joined 12/31/69. Did they have the internet then? :lol:

It's a common fault in Invision Power Boards.

brunswickrailfan 10-15-2005 08:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Frederick
It's a common fault in Invision Power Boards.

I prefer vBulletin boards as they support JAX


--Asynchronous Javascript and XML-- allows your browser to send data to and receive data from a server without reloading the current page. This technology, whose use is being pioneered by Google, allows developers to create rich, fast-responding interactive pages.

Anyway to make them a bit "brighter." :D

ccaranna 10-15-2005 10:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Frederick
It's a common fault in Invision Power Boards.

Ahhh, yes. A common fault in Invision Power Boards. That's what I was thinking it might've been, but I wasn't 100% sure...


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