posted February 05, 2003 10:31 AM
I recently moved the entire site from the Feature Price servers in Florida to the Film-Tech servers in Dallas because of the problems the site was having on Feature Price.
Everything should now be working normal, just all in different places again.
The cinematour.org domain is still in limbo, so everything that was there is now back on cinematour.com, where it was in the first place a year ago before site traffic skyrocketed.
A big huge thanks to Brad Miller at Film-Tech and Daryl C. W. O'Shea for the many sleepless nights getting the server moved and setting up the forum!
From: Midland, Ontario, Canada
Registered: Feb 2003
posted February 08, 2003 10:40 PM
Ditto. Fisher Price rocks! Their data center 'has survived a hurican without a single server problem'. Too bad their servers haven't survived their 'idiot administrators'.
posted April 11, 2003 12:49 PM
Between the 1001 ongoing projects at the theater and the spring fever traveling, I haven't had a lot of time to work on incoming email. In fact, there are 354 emails in my Cinematour inbox right now.
From: Cleveland, Ohio
Registered: Mar 2003
posted April 16, 2003 05:19 AM
Ahem... Not sure how to follow an act such as this but anyway: I've been doing some research in the old City Directories at the library and I have some updates for the Fresno section of the site. (They've got them dating back to 1896, but I haven't gone back any further than 1962 becuase the older ones are on microfilm) I ahve also been driving past these addresses to see what still exists. Adam, let me know when you don't have so much on your plate and we'll talk.
posted April 16, 2003 04:58 PM
Perhaps when adam gets down to 200 or so E-mails to sort through I will send the photos of theatres of Yakima Washington where I am now liveing. By the way the photos I sent of the Continental in Oklahoma City are still buried in there somewhere. Now Thats A theatre I would like to see restored. They had a 30 by 100 foot screen and at one point ended up playing the Stewardesses in 3D. 3d softcore on a cinerama screen. from what I am told it brought in a LOT of money.