the link posted by jackytdunaway works great. Thanks.
So what's new Dan... anything to report re getting your site up again?
04-21-2011 09:23 AM
Dan... As a 38 owner, I am going to jump in and add that we really appreciate all of your efforts and the pearsoninfo site while it lasted!!! It was valuable info to us new owners of Pearsons... Thanks again for all you do!!
12-18-2010 03:08 PM
Will check my facts better
Sorry Dan. My mistake.
12-03-2010 01:08 PM
Originally Posted by kryzakw
all that information seems to be just gone..
Apparently the owner of that domain name (PearsonInfo.net) has not paid the bill and ownership has lapsed. Maybe it will show up someplace else in the future. Would be nice if someone could get the data to host it elsewhere.
-- Have a g'day mate
12-02-2010 07:26 AM
If you want somewhere to host the site while you sort things out I can offer up a subfolder on one of my domains for your use. The domain name will not have anything to do with pearson, but at least you will have somewhere to direct people who want to see the material.
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12-01-2010 05:01 PM
Yes, Dan, I think he is confusing it with Pearson Current. As I recall, when that site went down there was a lot of talk on the Pearson group message boards about the owner wanting to sell the whole thing. Too bad - he closed it just after we bought our P303, and the few print copies of the Pearson Current that came with our boat had some great info. Anyway, thanks very much for all you do for Pearson owners with your website - I've used it many times for reference as the systems on a lot of the Pearsons are identical. Maybe it is time to put a donation link somewhere so we can also contribute to the overhead?
12-01-2010 03:41 PM
I only discovered this thread today (12-1-10) but OasisII has it quite wrong. I have never tried to sell the site or any of the info on pearsoninfo.net. I don't recall what caused any outage in March but it was probably a tech glitch of some sort and was fixed. But now the site is offline again because the ISP expired without notice for renewal and the domain is effectively being held hostage for $250. I'll try to get it back on line under some other domain soon if I can't recover pearsoninfo.net.
We should all check our facts before posting. OasisII is probably confusing my site with the old pearson current site from the NPYOA which is now defunct.