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Molly Malone FUNDING CHALLENGE-Help the Mudcat! (96* d) RE: FUNDING CHALLENGE-Help the Mudcat! 23 Feb 00


This was posted to the AIMS Newsletter just yesterday.

News and Notes 2-22-2000 Arizona Irish Music Society George L. O'Brien

I've noticed that many of the AZ Irish band sites list The Mudcat Cafe (www.mudcat.com) as a link. It is a wonderful resource for getting lyrics and songs...but they are in trouble of running out of resources. This is a quote from "Max", the man who started the 'Cat' and maintains it: "...the Mudcat is getting more popular. The SuperSearch was merely the first thing to go. As we continue to get new users, memebers and general traffic, the demand on our hardware increases, and the two ways to compensate are to upgrade or reduce complex functionality. Before the supersearch, the digitrad search was the bear, and I have been worried for over a year about it. It is one thing to be able to JUST SURVIVE, which we do, but I am interested in a lot more than just survival. Currently we can't keep up with SURVIVAL let alone grow and enhance."

They are looking for people to be able to donate either items that can be auctioned, or just plain send in whatever they can. Would you let people know please? This is a wonderful resource that a lot of us use to find songs...it would be a shame to lose it.


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