August 2011
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Radio World digital link gone

I noticed this about a month ago and was hoping that it was some sort of mistake; the link to to digital edition of Radio World that used to be in the lower right hand side of the front page is gone.  One can still find the digital editions, mind you, they are in the resources tab in the top menu bar.  It is less than convenient, however, as I always seem to “loose” the menu bar when I try to get the mouse over to the digital edition link.

It is a wee small thing, I know.  My wife says I complain a lot, I think she sometimes has a point.  Still, I don’t understand why they would do this, it is not as if that spot now has some other interesting thing in it.  As I don’t get the paper edition of Radio World anymore, the digital edition is all I have.

I like Radio World.


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