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SunRa 28th January 2007 11:11 AM

Gary Pimm website?
 
Does anyone now what hapend with Gary Pimm's site? It is a great source for tube designing but it seems offline now...

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Geek 28th January 2007 11:15 AM

Yeah, the directory is empty, last modified 20-Jan-2007. Maybe he's updating or moving it?

SunRa 28th January 2007 11:28 AM

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Yeah, the directory is empty, last modified 20-Jan-2007. Maybe he's updating or moving it?
Yep, I've noticed that... let's hope his doing just that...:D

kevinkr 29th January 2007 03:45 PM

Checked the url this morning. The account is apparently gone/closed. Googling turned up nothing new in the way of a valid url unfortunately.

DHT112A 29th January 2007 04:00 PM

The word is that Gary is not involved in any audio projects and took his site down. He has other interests. He is well.

kevinkr 29th January 2007 04:20 PM

Good to hear that he is well. I think many, myself included are interested in what he accomplished, and this is still relevant and useful information for many enthusiasts. I could possibly host some of this material on my site if there is interest..

Brian Beck 29th January 2007 04:33 PM

Kevin,

That would be great. I had not saved his designs or his fascinating test results, assuming his site would be up for perpetuity. Maybe you could get an archived copy from him or someone and keep it alive.

dsavitsk 29th January 2007 05:24 PM

If you can still get particular URLs from google, you can get most of the pages from the Way Back machine at http://www.archive.org.

kevinkr 29th January 2007 06:06 PM

I won't mirror anything until I hear something from Gary Pimm that it is ok to do so. Plus I'd prefer the original files if at all possible directly from an authorized source such as Gary himself.

Those google caches do eventually expire so I'd grab anything you find interesting while they still exist. Presumably the archive won't.


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