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Does anyone know what has happened to David Clark's new Classical Greek podcast based on Kendrick's text? The blogspot location is now dead, and the material here about the podcast appears to have vanished. The podcast seemed to start off really well, if it has died a death, it would be a real shame. Hopefully it has just moved somewhere else......

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Comment by Seumas Macdonald on February 14, 2009 at 7:27pm
I don't know. The material at Internet Archive is still there, but both the blogspot and the wiki have vanished. That is a real concern, it showed so much promise.
Comment by Iohannes Alatius on February 15, 2009 at 3:38am
I came here to find out what had happened as soon as I noticed. It would be a shame indeed if it was simply removed; based on what I had seen, and heard, I had great expectations on this project.
Comment by Latinum Institute on February 15, 2009 at 5:18am
David Clark's profile here on this site has vanished as well. It is a pity - even if he had left only a few lessons up, it would have been useful for raw beginners. Maybe he decided the task was just too enormous? It is a big job, making a high quality audio textbook.....but the job can be spread over a period of even several years - it took me 2 years to produce Adler as an audio resource, but it has been worth it, both for myself, and now, hopefully, for the many students using his book.
Comment by Laura Gibbs on February 15, 2009 at 9:17am
Maybe he is just relocating to a new service...? Especially when you don't own a domain name that you can quickly repoint to your new location, it can be very disruptive. David, if you come back here and read this, maybe you'll register a domain name at godaddy.com (very cheap!), and then just re-point it to wherever your project is ongoing, as we all hope it is!!! That way you can play around with the best home for your online materials, but everybody can still find you! Fingers crossed.
Comment by Rob Machin on February 15, 2009 at 12:59pm
I also can't find a trace of it... (except the stuff Seumas mentions on the Internet Archive)... If you do read this David, I hope you are going to re-locate and keep going. I was really enjoying it! Best wishes, Rob


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