Phillyman

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About Phillyman

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    Scan All The Things!
  • Birthday 07/31/1979

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    Alexandria, Virginia
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    Video Games, Magazines, Electronic Gadgets, 90's Action Movies, 80's Music
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    Phillyman2008
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    Phillyman2012
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    Phillyman2009
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    Phillyman2009
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    Phillyman2012
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    Super Nintendo
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  1. and the goal has been met! I will gather all the names above this weekend and pull a name from a hat for the grand prize
  2. I know I have been absent for a while. Right now dealing with finding a new place to move and moving hundreds of pounds of magazines. But I like this idea, lets flesh it out and then I can get a quote to see what it would cost to put into action....if anything.
  3. Very little is impossible, but it comes down to a few things. 1) Can I do it natively thru the existing software.......No 2) Is there an add on from Invision that can do this.....No 3) Is there anyone out there making a third party modification to do this.....No So once all of those have been exhausted, we are looking at hiring someone to modify Retromags, and that usually comes out to somewhere around $50-$75 per hour in labor. Now I have no issues hiring someone to mod the software, but keep in mind that once modded, each time we do upgrades, that mod may break and I may need to rehire the guy to fix whatever broke. Lets say this functionality cost me $250, and then once a year it breaks and costs us $100 to fix it. Do we have 25 users that can chip in $10 to get this started? Do we have 10 users who can chip in $10 a year to keep it working? So I am all for it, I can get a quote for the price, but we need to have the entire idea flushed out. These guys will code what I ask for, but nothing more. So you want multiple people to get reputation from the Download Manager? What about the forum post that gets posted along side of it?
  4. Were you the member that I met in Jessup? Maryland one day to pick up magazines? I remember meeting someone about 8-9 years ago, but my memory is not the greatest. But yeah these mags existed on Retromags back before the crash of MegaUpload, they may have been a few that we lost in the shuffle.
  5. The Retromags website & Seedbox are backed up daily to my OneDrive and my NAS at home. They are then duplicated over to @E-days NAS in Canada. @Areala has a big fat hard drive that has all the Retromags releases on it as well. 90% of the releases are on 1337x's public torrent tracker, as well as out at a few private trackers. One of these days, I will float them all up to Newsgroups (Usenet) as well. Oh and places like The Eye are also mirroring the vast majority of our releases - https://the-eye.eu/public/Books/RetroMags/ Also the Magazine Database is backed up every 6 hours. We got so many backups, Juvenile is going to sing at our holiday party this year!
  6. Ticket was in, just waiting for it to be escalated to Tier 2/3 support, they patched the error here and in the next release
  7. This has been fixed, also if you just give me a list of all the Official magazine titles, I can create the categories and then give you permission to fill in the records.
  8. It was me! And I fixed YOUR issue today!
  9. Possible that is was scanned in the past with poor quality, or that it was lost during one of the many catastrophes we suffered thru the years