Wednesday, October 03, 2007

More on the Alleycat(s) in Halifax this week

Fresh off the email press:

sorry 'bout the late warning everyone, here it is

The Alleycat is at Ginger's on Thursday October 4h at 7.30pm and you
will need to bring your bike upstairs to the courtyard after the race
for more stuff to do.

On Sunday October 7th, there's a time trial from Burnside to Gus' Pub,
meeting at Gus' at 2.00pm and the street track is meeting at 7.30pm at
Victoria Park (Spring Garden and South Park)

Hope to see you all tomorrow,


Blogger EDWARD said...


I hope you don’t mind my contacting you like this but I couldn’t find an email contact on your blog.

I’m launching a new website about Halifax,, and we have a feature that allows outside bloggers to post into a section of the site and when a user clicks to read it the blogger's page opens in a new window.

So your post about a restaurant can go into our restaurant section or a post about a movie can go into the movie section - but our visitor reads it on your site.

You must join the site and be logged in.

You post by clicking on the gray New Post link in the left column of any page
except the home page (or "Submit Your News under Essentials in the
gray nav bar).

You enter a headline, the beginning text, a 100-pixel wide picture and the URL for your blog.

Select the very last option under PUBLISH MY BLOG TO INFOMONKEY: "Yes, add my headline and text to, but open my external blog in a new window."

There’s no acknowledgement that you posted so you only have to do it once.

Your post will come into the site but will not appear until we enable it.

We do not moderate posts for content so much as for preventing abuse: I
don't want people just posting only links, and I don't want posts that are purely promotional.

Try it and let me know if you have any questions or problems. And if
you like it, please pass along the word to other local bloggers.

Ted Sutcliffe

Friday, October 05, 2007 11:40:00 am  
Blogger steve said...

Ted, I don't think you really want my blog as a feed on your site. Take a look through previous entries and you'll see that normally it's not much more than a mileage log - I've already managed to pretty thoroughly pollute Google's cache.

If you still want to, feel free to use the RSS feed. It'd make a change from the spam sites using it, at least!

Saturday, October 06, 2007 8:01:00 am  

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