J Hooten jhooten at binary.net
Fri Dec 5 19:32:26 CET 2008

I am uploading all 3 versions to my webserver

 12/05/2008, 10:58:03   17446400 Tower of the Dead lower res.doc <http://furvert.net/PowersAndPerils/Tower%20of%20the%20Dead%20lower%20res.doc>
 12/05/2008, 10:53:13    5785023 Tower of the Dead lower res.pdf <http://furvert.net/PowersAndPerils/Tower%20of%20the%20Dead%20lower%20res.pdf>
 12/05/2008, 11:26:26  103619846 Tower of the Dead.pdf <http://furvert.net/PowersAndPerils/Tower%20of%20the%20Dead.pdf>

J Hooten wrote:
> http://www.mediafire.com works quite easily and handles large files for free
> no membership is required unless the poster what to organize his posts
> There are many sites that will host files for at least a short time for free
> I try hard not to sign up more places, I already get way too much spam 
> (like 500 a day?)
> More permanent hosting is best done by people here like me, I can put 
> files on my server since I have gigs of space and hundreds of gigs bandwidth
> I downloaded the 103,619,846 byte sized PDF with a number for a name, it 
> works fine and is a pretty good scan
> With the right software it could be shrunk down, OCRed and bookmarked
> But you appear to have done some of that in later versions
> I guess I will have to sign up to get the others
> Thanks for posting them
> Phineas Cromwell wrote:
>> Wow, that's weird, because Scribd wouldnt even let me VIEW my own 
>> 100MB version; it said it couldnt 'convert' it, and listed about a 
>> half dozen possible reasons why (large size, security/passwords, 
>> things they need to iron out in their uploader).
>> Scribd is new to me and this is the first time I uploaded/shared 
>> documents. Seeing what hell I have gone through (and making a court 
>> jester out of myself in the process on the Mailing List) to deliver a 
>> large file, I think Scribd is the only way I know of to let me do it; 
>> I want to contribute to the site in the near future: I had mentioned 
>> before to Wout/others that I wanted to make sure that I was able to 
>> send any 'worldbuilding-oriented' files (such as Campaign 
>> Cartographer/Fractal Mapper -type map files, and larger stretches of 
>> text with lists of things) to be considered for site formatting. As to 
>> why it would say you have to be a member...I dont know. I'll ask the 
>> other guys who downloaded the files if they got the same notification. 
>> It does sound like a typically 'corporate' ploy; the good thing is its 
>> free.
>> Well, anyway, I'm glad you got a copy. I started looking like a 
>> buffoon on the Mailing List, but its redemption that in the end it worked.
>> On Fri, Dec 5, 2008 at 3:11 AM, J Hooten <jhooten at binary.net 
>> <mailto:jhooten at binary.net>> wrote:
>>     Odd I downloaded the first 100meg version fine but now it says I
>>     have to
>>     be a member to download?
>>     Phineas Cromwell wrote:
>>     > No, for real!
>>     > I ran each jpeg image through intensive compression, and Scribd
>>     doesnt
>>     > have a problem with it now. I guess it was a size issue; each
>>     page was
>>     > heavyweight.
>>     >
>>     >
>>     http://www.scribd.com/doc/8670673/Powers-and-Perils-Tower-of-the-Dead
>>     >
>>     >

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