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Postby Felly » Tue Jul 27, 2004 3:22 pm

I always bookmark websites and articles that I think are interesting and/or important regarding MS.

I am sure quite a few people on this forum do the same and I am wondering if anyone wants to do a link exchange as I am always interested in learning more. It's quite simple to export links and then send them by email.

So if anyone is interested please let me know. It's likely that the main MS related websites will figure but I tend to just bookmark individual articles on such sites. Mine are mainly a mix of nutritional and biochemistry related, with some very odd ones that I bookmarked because they were odd, like the one that says the ABCRs could be addictive. Yeah, right, in what universe is that.

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Postby JFH » Wed Jul 28, 2004 3:19 am

Felly

A great idea! I'd love to see the fruits of your labours but since I'm v. new to this condition I've not a lot to offer in return.

I spent two weeks googling around just after my dx last month and didnt scratch the surface (1.28m hits for "multiple sclerosis" in Google today) so picking up on any list pre-filtered would be really handy.

I found this link intresting and seemed authoratitive - some of the med science flew over my head though - http://www.healthandage.com/html/well_connected/pdf/doc17.pdf

How do you export/import a favourites list?
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Postby Felly » Mon Aug 02, 2004 10:39 am

Hi John,

If you are using windows go to FILE on the internet toolbar - click on Import/export and follow instructions to export your favorites list to your desktop. You can simply copy this list in to a private message.

Before doing this create a file in your favourites for MS, so you only export your files relating to MS. To do this go favorites on the tool bar and click organise.

I will send you my links in a private message to you later today, as I am organising them in to different topic areas at the moment.

Best wishes,
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Postby Arron » Mon Aug 02, 2004 11:42 am

Felly, it would be good for us to have that list too... we have a "Links" section that is currently underutilized. Can you please forward me a copy as well?
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Postby Felly » Mon Aug 02, 2004 12:29 pm

No problem, will do later tonight.

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Postby art » Mon Aug 02, 2004 2:24 pm

There's a good list of links we compiled at the end of this document (sorry to keep plugging it - it's just a convenient source of answers for things people ask for: http://www.bostoncure.org/downloads/bcp ... tsnext.pdf
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