Dec 022018

Dear readers, I am happy to inform you that the new Jeff’s Place website will be coming soon.

Editors Dave and David over at Positive Feedback have offered to host my Jeff’s Place site on their Positive Feedback servers as a separate site, but accessible independently or by link from Positive Feedback. This will help me a lot, as they will cover all the costs of hosting, IT services, security, SSL, etc.

The color scheme of Jeff’s Place will change from my dark “late night listening” look to match that of Positive Feedback, and Positive Feedback advertising will appear in a sidebar as it does on their own site, but other than that it will remain the same.

All the past content will be preserved, which is really great, and of course if something happened to me the site and its knowledge would be preserved at Positive Feedback for posterity, which is great too.

They’re testing the new Jeff’s Place site now, but it is not yet available for public view. It’ll probably be available in another week unless they come across some challenges, but so far it is looking like relatively smooth sailing.

As soon as everything is done and it becomes available to read, I’ll post a follow-up on how to access it.

Many thanks to Positive Feedback Editors Dave and David for helping out so significantly – I really appreciate you guys! 🙂

More soon!

As always, thanks for stopping by, and may the tone be with you!

 Posted by at 4:10 pm

  3 Responses to “New Jeff’s Place website coming soon!”

  1. Hi Jeff,

    Wow! Great news!! Really nice to read!!


  2. +1 with Siedy!! As I can only imagine all your follows also felt, my heart sunk when the “Forbidden Access” first appeared when trying to reach your blog. Jeff, I’ve come to rely on your site for guidance as I move towards a completely vintage system and was frankly shell-shocked to think all this incredible information might disappear. I can not overstate my relief to learn I can count on your continued “mentoring” in the future and that Jeff’s Place will have all the past information retained in perpetuity.

    Thank you for all the grueling work I know is happening behind the scene’s right now. And know we all share your anguish at the thought of loosing this blog.

    Hang in there!!


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