Missing Link Part Deux

I had some great suggestions for a music storage site. One was packupload, but my anti-virus software stopped me and called it a malicious site so I backed-off. The best for now was the feed itself where the files are listed and can be downloaded: http://keepthecoffeecoming.wordpress.com/feed/

There is an alternative but I have no idea how to do it. This blog: http://a45blog.blogspot.com/  posts the link directly on the page. I am trying to find out how that is done; otherwise, I’m still on the hunt.

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14 Comments on “Missing Link Part Deux”

  1. Birgit Says:

    This wikipedia-list might help to choose a host-site?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_file_hosting_services

    Just checking some blogs with external links …:
    divshare.com (your a45-link and others)
    opendrive.com , zippyshare.com , kiwi6.com ,
    sendspace.com , rapidshare.com , boxcn.net,
    mediafire, soundcloud.com , filepost.com ,
    filefactory.com , depositfiles.com

    But to avoid problems…
    Provided DL-links are great, but necessary?

    • Kat Says:

      Birgit,
      One of the blogs I visit regularly had a notice which said many blogs posting music had their Mediafire accounts closed which is exactly what happened to me.

      Thanks so much for the leg work on file sharing sites. I will check them out to see which will work.

      I like offering the DL for the music I play so people can enjoy it themselves whenever, but if it meant losing the blog, I’d stop.

  2. Birgit Says:

    Meanwhile a workaround for older (not in feed) files:
    The file-address can be found in the html-source-code
    of the correlating blog page.
    Open html-source, search, copy, paste in browser, save, ready.
    But I have to admit, a single link click&save is more comfortable 😉

    • Kat Says:

      Thanks, Birgit

      You’re right about it being much easier to click and save-I’m working on that!


  3. For myself…
    I like the old pictures, your stories, but I don’t really listen to the music (many songs I already have at home) and rarely copy the songs. But I can understand people wanting to dowload the songs. I think the most important thing is to keep Coffee alive.

    • Kat Says:

      Thanks, Mario
      I am very touched by your words about keeping Coffee alive. They have made my night!

  4. MT C Says:

    I know I don’t get by often, but I think I’m starting to do better as I realize that I’m getting pretty much bored with this retired deal without having a car or much to do besides waiting around for replies to applications.

    I’m with Mario. Your blogs have connected me again with my years before I enlisted, I was almost 18 at the time, and well we are both familiar with what was happening then. The times were so much different then than now. And I hope that a portion of them will come back.

    I appreciate all your efforts and there are many of us who do. I hope you continue with your writing for a very long time to come.

    Carl

    • MT C Says:

      Just to add that after I read your blog(s) I am often inspired to post one or two myself. No, I do my own and sometimes connected with what you’ve written, but often on other subjects from my past also.. LOL

      Carl

    • Kat Says:

      Thamk you so very much, Carl. I love to write and Coffee has been great fun for me as it also conjures memories thought long lost. I get to relive the best parts of my childhood and share with many who have almost the exact same childhood memories. I too hope I’ll writing for a long time!

  5. Kat Says:

    Mario,
    I wish my French was better. I love the picture of the little boy in the tub. You?

    Tom Waits-couldn’t get any better than that!

    There is a link to Carl’s blog to the right: Mt C’s Place


    • Yes, the little boy is me. I wrote : “It stills looks like me because the coffee is not very far.” I choose the Tom Waits song because it’s the only one I know with my name in it.
      You don’t have to read : just listen to the music. Most of the time, they’re in French and related to what I wrote.


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