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2. The forum archives are now up at the blog site. (http://book-balloon.blogspot.com). I'm still working on the recipes, but they should be up sometime next week. Once bookballoon.com is disconnected from the forum, I'm going to use that domain name for the blog site. It will exist primarily to host the archives, and to send visitors (if any) or former members to the LT group.
Questions? Ask here or message me through my profile.
UPDATE: OK, that was fast. Bookballoon.com is no longer functioning. You can still access the forum and log in at the URL I linked above.
ETA: whoops, nevermind, I see you're asking about the 1.0 archives. I have a feeling bookballoon.com is in the middle of a dns migration.
As I said above, I'm not putting the 1.0 archives on the blog site since those posts were made under different privacy settings. After the end of the month if you want them, just let me know and I can send you a link to the docs. They have been available at BB 2.0 for more than a year so hopefully everyone has had plenty of time to copy what they wanted.
Again, if you want access to the forum, follow the links I've posted above and log in like normal. If you're reading this after the end of November 2016 and need access to the posts on the new forum they are archived at the blog--http://www.bookballon.com. For posts from BB 1, let me know and I'll share the link with you.
Am I missing an easier way to get back to the forum TOC after reading the last post in a thread (rather than scrolling back up and clicking "Bookballoon")?
Why is there a dark colored bar next to my nick on all my posts and no one else's? Did I do something wrong? Is this like being put in the Librarything timeout or wearing a virtual rulebreaker badge?
Actually, three things.
I really, really like this place (not as aesthetically pleasing as SP's, of course), but boy-oh-boy do I miss easy Amazon linking.
Just a mark to identify visually your own posts in a thread. Everybody sees it on their posts.
And while linking to amazon requires putting in a URL, linking to a book's page on LT only requires putting the title between square brackets, and being a little careful to pick the correct book from the options that come up.
I actually love that. It was the thing that first drew me to LT, its ability to not be limited by an ISBN search.
I like the touchstones, tho they don't always work right. I like the reviews and feel they are more accurate than many on Amazon.
I mean, after all the forums we've migrated to in the past what? 15-20 yrs. ? it's really no big thing.