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    by Published on 10-13-2011 12:51 PM  Number of Views: 2707 

    Thanks mostly to some new people participating on Starting Grid, especially John Thawley, there are now several discussion threads regarding the best way to ...
    Published on 06-20-2011 04:05 PM
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    Welcome to the NEW SGrid. The site has recently been updated with modern content management software that offers the users a very wide range of options well beyond that of a simple forum. You can simply elect to participate in the forums after registering, plus there's blogs, photo albums, calendars, polls, user ratings and much more. There's no cost to register with the SGrid - you simply need a valid email address and within minutes you'll have access to a large community of experienced enthusiasts of ...
    Published on 07-31-2011 01:00 AM
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    I would like to write the full story of how Starting Grid came about, but for anyone to really understand SGRID, it's better to start at the very beginning. Ignoring a small BBS system that ran on an Atari computer, that beginning was M-Net. Here is Jan Wolter's writeup of the history of M-Net. (The second part of this series will explain how Starting Grid (SGRID) came to be...

    In 1982 Mike Myers was a balancing machine salesman working in Ann Arbor. Mike had gotten interested in microcomputers as a way to run the gigantic model railroad system that engulfed several rooms of his apartment. He got involved with CRLT:MICROS, where he met Marcus Watts. He also joined a computer club called SEMCO (South East Michigan Computer Organization). SEMCO, among other things, ran a ...
    by Published on 07-02-2011 10:03 PM
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    The following describes three simple methods to add images into your responses in the SGrid Forum.

    METHOD 1 – Add an Image From Your Local Computer
    • Click on the add image icon and a small window should pop up.
    • Select the “From Computer” tab.
    • Click the “Browse” button
    • Browse to the image file you want to attach
    • Click the “Upload File(s)” button
    • The small window should close once it’s done.
    • Image is added into the response window and will appear something like this:
    • Click the “Go advanced” button to preview how the image will appear in your response before you post the response.
    • The resulting image looks like this: