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Someone (something?) is posting spam in the tune-o-tron,

the most recent additions (easily found by clicking on "browse all entries")

are just links to product websites.

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Thanks, will have a look, though I haven't used my old-side password in years; so Paul may have to check on it.

 

Ken

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I see the Tune-O-Tron has now gone thanks to the activities of spammers, what on earth do they get out of ruining such a good resource? :(

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I see the Tune-O-Tron has now gone thanks to the activities of spammers, what on earth do they get out of ruining such a good resource? :(

its real shame is it was my 'go to' place for ABC conversion.

 

btw. yep I've been away for a while from cnet, but I'm back. lol

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I see the Tune-O-Tron has now gone thanks to the activities of spammers, what on earth do they get out of ruining such a good resource? :(

its real shame is it was my 'go to' place for ABC conversion.

 

btw. yep I've been away for a while from cnet, but I'm back. lol

 

Um, the Convert-o-Matic is still there, you know.

 

And welcome back. =)

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I see the Tune-O-Tron has now gone thanks to the activities of spammers, what on earth do they get out of ruining such a good resource? :(

its real shame is it was my 'go to' place for ABC conversion.

 

btw. yep I've been away for a while from cnet, but I'm back. lol

 

Um, the Convert-o-Matic is still there, you know.

 

And welcome back. =)

Thanks. :)

 

'spam in the tune-o-tron' would be a great title for a tune. lol

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I see the Tune-O-Tron has now gone thanks to the activities ofAspammers, what on earth do they get out of ruining such a good resource? :(

its real shame is it was my 'go to' place for ABC conversion.

 

btw. yep I've been away for a while from cnet, but I'm back. lol

 

Um, the Convert-o-Matic is still there, you know.

 

 

 

 

If you hurry, you can still do tune searches and download via the Wayback Machine.

use this: http://web.archive.org/web/20120813020642/http://www.concertina.net/tunes.html to access an old copy. The browse function still works, or if you know how to manipulate the URL's arguments, you can still search for keywords. Hint: play with adding/modifying this: ?action=search&keyword=trumpet (at the end of the link).

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