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Re: CNN:"world's largest group of dino footprints" in Bolivia



    Just my 2 cents on the 'problem'.  I was initially unable to get to the
site.  I backed off, and tried again, and successfully accessed the article
at the site.  When I tried to look for other CNN Science news, I was kicked
out, and unable to get anywhere. (This was definitely because I wasn't
registered for custom news).

    As an aside, I was using MSN for my provider.


        Allan Edels

-----Original Message-----
From: Bettyc <Bettyc@flyinggoat.com>
To: jhecht@world.std.com <jhecht@world.std.com>
Cc: Dinosaur mailing list <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Date: Sunday, August 02, 1998 8:17 PM
Subject: Re: CNN:"world's largest group of dino footprints" in Bolivia


>some people seem to have this proiblem and other people don't.  I don't
> know why.  Try asking the CNN webmaster maybe?  If worse comes to worse,
just
>try registering for your own custom news.  It's free and I haven't recieved
any
>SPAM from them the whole time I've been registered.
>
>Jeff Hecht wrote:
>
>> I appreciate you posting the notes about these strange stories showing up
>> on CNN. But Every time over the past few days I've tried to get into the
>> CNN site you mention (for this story and for the earlier one on the
'giant
>> pelvis'), I get an error message saying "Due to system maintenance, we
have
>> temporarily limited access to this service." Are other people having this
>> problem?--
>
>           Betty Cunningham
>the reply-to in this e-mail is a spam trap
>remove the dash in flyinggoat in e-mail replies
>
>
>