Accident at Three Mile Island — web pages in transition to new home

In 2002, I was looking for an on-line site that had the Report Of The President’s Commission On The Accident At Three Mile Island also known as the Kemeny Commission report. I had used parts of it several years before in a class that I gave, having checked out a copy from the library of a local university. Assuming that I would be able to find it on a government website, I was disappointed to learn that it was no where to be found. So, I went to the local university, checked out the report and scanned it into electronic format and placed it on-line myself.

Since the accident occurred over a quater of a century ago, I guess this could be a historical document.

A couple of years ago, I moved most of my material to a new domain on a server that is a lot cheaper than my Yahoo internet domain server account with significantly more more storage space and abndwidth allocation. My intent was to gradually migrate all of the stuff on the Yahoo server over to the new domain, but what I’ve done instead is add a lot of new stuff to the new domain without moving much of the old stuff.

I’ve moved the Report Of The President’s Commission On The Accident At Three Mile Island to its new location on the new server. All of the internal links appear to be working properly. Now I just need to get all of the pages on the old domain server to point to the right place on this server.

I plan to continue with the Yahoo domain server until the end of the year. By that time, I should be able to have all of the useful content over to this new server.


Post from one of my abandoned blogs – North Farnham Freeholder – recovered from Internet Archive WayBackMachine March 2011


america, american history, history, internet, nuclear energy
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