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  1. Looks like we're back in business, boys and girls. I don't know what Mark did, but FF is back!!
  2. Thanks for the info, Mark, and for keeping us posted.
  3. Yes, but this time it says "disabled" not "suspended." Perhaps Mark is just working on it?
  4. Quote: ...shoveling something.... Perhaps that's what Mark feels about what's happened to his site.
  5. It's sort of back....it says something about posting disabled while monitoring. Anyway, I logged in hoping to get the Fiddle Hell info, but nothing shows up but the same index page about the posting being disabled. But now I can't log out. Anyway, it was comforting to see the page load up.
  6. Quote: And here I was in the middle of setting up the logistics for Fiddle Hell in Massachusetts (Dec 9-11,2005) on Fiddle Forum. Hope it'll be back soon... I am still going on the assumption that Fiddle Hell is going to happen. (Haven't bought my plane ticket yet, but soon, so it better be happening!!) So, Dave...I need your paypal thing again. I kept it as a PM at FF. PM me here, OK? and I'll send you that $50 for reserving the meeting room.
  7. Did Mark give any indication how long Fiddle Forum will be down?
  8. I have Mozilla and it worked with the reload button. Thanks!
  9. Quote: I knew I shouldn't have posted those pics of my dogs. Yeah, that HoneyBee is such a hellion that mere pictures of her shut down entire websites! LOL Well, I've had no excuse not to practice, anyway... Ummm...I'm not getting a redirect on Marc's site, just the suspended notice. Is it a different URL? Heidi
  10. Yes...that's the same info I got when the site was up yesterday for about an hour. Then it went down again and hasn't been back since then. Hopefully Marc will get the bandwidth useage problem resolved.....
  11. Quote: _How to Get Your Child to Practice without Resorting to Violence_ by Cynthia Richards. Thanks for the link!
  12. Quote: The dog likes the violin and sleeps under the chair as I play... Honeybee has good taste obviously! I think taking a break is a good thing sometimes. I have practiced pieces for recitals/performances to the point of extreme frustration and I was no better off. Then months later when I've come back to the piece it just seemed to all come together better and places where I struggled or had some frustration just seem to have disappeared. Maybe it just has to settle into you brain/memory/muscles...who knows?
  13. Here is an interesting website. I haven't had time to look at all of it, but check out the performance files. You can enter the site as a guest. (Hope this hasn't been posted before. Sorry if it has.)
  14. Evie...too funny!! Forgot all about that! Quote: ...her sister is a genius, but she is a math genius. But were she a violin player that would have been a great tension builder, getting the castaways from the sister. You should write Niko, aren't we ALL trying to write the Great American Novel??? Unfortunately, I have the terminal procrastination gene...
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