Re: Saving Websites to CD
The CD is burned in house and on demand, so we don't hold an inventory
of burned CDs. Therefore we can synch both the website and CD source
You see, I'm lazy and don't want to reinvent all the navigation
infrastructure the website already has. I would rather let a computer do
the work and save the website to CD. Its also in keeping with a single
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