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05/12/99: Over 1 Million hits, 218 Thousand pages, and 3.48 Gigabytes served. We'll be posting last month's WWW statistics online! 03/16/99: In an attempt to curb invalid Educational Access requests and reduce in-house processing time, additional sanity checks have been installed. Educational Access requests will be rejected if: - Reverse DNS is not functioning at your location. - The form is submitted from an obviously commercial domain. 03/08/99: We've automated the Personal Subscription form. Users presenting valid signup and credit card info are added immediately. The old method required manual technical and administrative handling of requests. 02/01/99: Updated the Company Link page. 11/24/98: We've changed our look a little bit, improved loading speed, and added a visitor page. 11/20/98: Even the common, ordinary FAX machine has communications protocols associated with it. Here's the details. 11/19/98: Continued work on the Protocols page, including IBM Bisync, and DEC DDCMP protocols. 11/17/98: Revised both the Subscription page and the Access-FAQ page. 11/13/98: Working on a new Data Communications Protocols page. 11/09/98: Updated Companies & Links page. Corrected a problem with the URL reference to the Search page. 11/06/98: In response to continued inquires, the access-faq has been updated. 11/01/98: We're developing an ISDN work, a consolodation of information and hard-to-find facts! 10/10/98: The subscriptions are pouring in. Thank you all for your support. We will continue to work hard to keep this a one-of-a-kind site! We may want to install a special subscription line, stay tuned for details. 08/20/98: Upgraded the Telecom Corner's search engine! 08/17/98: Added a quick, pull-down selection box to hyperlink quickly to a selected page or topic. Your WWW browser must be able to support HTTP redirection (most do) to support this feature. 08/16/98: The Telecom Corner gets its own search engine! 08/15/98: Cleaned up hit counter data (appears at bottom of each page). 08/13/98: Restructured links into restricted and non-restricted areas. Cleaned up some header files. 07/10/98: Since I no longer have an active role in TBI activities, The Telecom Corner is a liability for me. It is now managed by Tampa Bay Interactive, Inc. Direct any questions regarding access to email@example.com. Direct any telephone inquiries to (727) 465-9212 Monday-Friday, 08:00-17:00 EST. Best wishes... Jared Hall 06/07/98: New vendors added to the Company Index. 04/20/98: Added a section on data interfaces (RS-232, V.35, etc.). 03/06/98: Added a description of the CAS signaling bit structure and framing on DS0 16 of E1 systems. 12/22/97: Revamped and updated all images to improve loading speed and brower rendering. 12/21/97: Revamped and updated all images in the voice section. The images are now a lot smaller and load quicker. 12/13/97: Moved to its new location at: http://telecom.tbi.net. Corrected a problem where the sponsorship ads did not show up on some pages. Added a new article on "Total Premise Quality" - A framework that describes carrier competition. 10/13/97: I had temporarily restricted access to the site. I will continue to seek sponsorship to promote the site. Thanks for all the mail on the subject. Until further notice, the TC shall remain open. 03/09/97: Improved company listings. New test equipment vendor section! 01/02/97: Improved Company Links. Updated Favorite Links and the employment page. 01/01/97: Happy New Year! Added DDS Line Coding information...and also added DS0 coding for DDS, for you hard-core DDS fanatics! 12/30/96: Added DDS information in the History section. Reformat of the entire site. Added the What's New section. Relocated the NOS and Novell section under Networking. 12/29/96: Corrected the missing links. In the ASCII chart section, that is! Some of IBM's Extended Character set had been purged.
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