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    I'm cleaning up the archives. I'm hoping to move things that are in limbo over to the archives soon as well as clean up the existing archives. One area I need help in is to let me know of bad links. For example, I just went through The Bee Tree archives and deleted a bunch of dead links. I tried to find something similar to replace the dead link, sometimes in the same organization other times in a new place whenever possible.

    If you happen to be looking through the archives and find a dead link, please let me know and if you're so inclined, try to find an alternative link, I would be forever grateful. It will make the job go so much faster and get the archives up to date that much sooner.

    Thanks!

    Done:

    Vol 1
    Another Celebrated Dancing Bear
    A Pair of Red Clogs
    The Rag Coat
    Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel
    Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
    Madeline
    How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World
    Very Last First Time
    The Clown of God
    Grandfather's Journey
    Who Owns the Sun
    Storm in the Night
    Lentil
    Papa Piccolo
    The Story About Ping
    Cranberry Thanksgiving

    Vol. 3
    Done!
    Linda wife to Mark, Mommy to Emily, 20 Anna 18, Rebecca 16, Samuel 14, Jacob 11, and Katie 8,
    Sponges grow in the ocean. That just kills me. I wonder how much deeper the ocean would be if that didn't happen.
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    This are links that I couldn't get to open for Night of the Moonjellies:


    Moonjellies website: This is a site put together by students, and it has some neat pictures of moonjellies on it!
    URL Suggested: at: http://www.westerville.k12.oh.us/ZOO...lyhomepage.htm

    The Jellyfish Page: talks about an experiment keeping jellyfish in a tank. http://www2.hawaii.edu/~ortogero/jellyfish.html
    Love rowing with my little rower, Hannah Grace.

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    Thanks.

    I already deleted the Cotton info, so that is no longer there. Bummer they don't offer that package anymore, it was a good one.

    Have you tried to find any replacements and if so, please let me know those as well. I'm trying to replace dead links w/ good ones. Sometimes, it's just a matter of the original website having redesigned other times, I have found a new source as the old one just doesn't exist anymore.

    The more people helping find replacements, the faster it will go!

    Just so you all know, as I fix what you point out, I'll delete your post here. That has a two fold purpose. 1. It keeps this thread from becoming super long and 2. If I don't, I won't remember what I've already fixed and what still needs to be done! Short term memory issues. "Hi. I'm Dory."
    Linda wife to Mark, Mommy to Emily, 20 Anna 18, Rebecca 16, Samuel 14, Jacob 11, and Katie 8,
    Sponges grow in the ocean. That just kills me. I wonder how much deeper the ocean would be if that didn't happen.
    Steven Wright

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    http://www.10paperairplanes.com/

    Really cool paper airplane website for The Glourious Flights. It even has animation. 1 of the sites listed already tells me that it contains a virus and it shuts me down. Just an FYI

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    Quote Originally Posted by JulieS View Post
    http://www.10paperairplanes.com/

    Really cool paper airplane website for The Glourious Flights. It even has animation. 1 of the sites listed already tells me that it contains a virus and it shuts me down. Just an FYI
    Could you explain a little more what you mean? "One of the sites listed", meaning a link w/i this link or this link itself?

    Thanks, btw, for the info you're giving me.
    Linda wife to Mark, Mommy to Emily, 20 Anna 18, Rebecca 16, Samuel 14, Jacob 11, and Katie 8,
    Sponges grow in the ocean. That just kills me. I wonder how much deeper the ocean would be if that didn't happen.
    Steven Wright

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    Default Vol 2 Miss Rumpius

    Will post good links if I find some

    Broken Links
    Links post

    http://www.physics.sfasu.edu/astro/lee/index.html
    GOOD LINK http://www.daffodilgarden.com/daffodils_home.htm
    GEne Baur http://www.newsobserver.com/2010/03/...n-lead-to.html

    Bad Link
    www.flowersoul.com.
    Good LInk
    http://www.americanmeadows.com/Wildf...s/Species.aspx


    last entry
    http://www.encyclopedia.com/html/l1/lotuseat.asp
    TRY Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lotus-eaters
    http://www.iamshaman.com/lotus/lotuseaters.htm


    Add books to read along
    Title:Who will plant a tree? Author:
    Pallotta, Jerry. B is for bookworm: a library alphabet
    Title:Who will plant a tree? Author:
    Pallotta, Jerry.
    Last edited by Wendy M; 06-28-2010 at 10:39 PM.

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    Are you still cleaning?? On Paul Revere's Ride I couldn't get into the paper model of Paul Revere's house(it's like it just wouldn't open) and the Johnny Tremain study guide(said error). I didn't think to link them over here.
    Mom to 6, homeschooling last 2. Girls 4/2000, 12/2001

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    I was just looking at Henry the Castaway yesterday and noticed a bad link. sorry, I can't remember which one exactly it was.
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    In this thread there is a link to Literary Devices in Children’s and Young Adult Literature that is broken. I did a search and found this site. I imagine it is the same thing?

    Also in the science archive thread, the animal classification website link is broken. It seems to be this link now.
    Last edited by Sunshine C; 01-28-2012 at 02:40 PM.
    Sunshine - mom to 4dc - dd10, ds8 1/2, ds7 and ds5 1/2.

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    On the Three Names Archive page the prairie website link is broken, but this is the new one.
    Sunshine - mom to 4dc - dd10, ds8 1/2, ds7 and ds5 1/2.

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