SurvivalBlog gets a letter about the Archive:
I am very pleased with my purchase of the SurvivalBlog Archive. The search function is very impressive, and the content rivals and surpasses any resource that I’ve ever seen. Its number one asset is that it is wholly portable and Internet independent.
In comparison, the other day I spent way too much time on a government website trying to get information on some basic topics that they claimed to be the authority on. It was a numbing experience of being led to dead links. I left the building discouraged. Endless round-a-bout links were also painful. Every so often I hear the saying “we have the best government that money can buy”. Imagine how dysfunctional the archive would be if it was commissioned by a committee out of Washington D.C. Remember the inauguration of the Affordable Health Care Act website? Thanks again. – RT
Off topic, but I really like the new format. I will usually skip over or skim through the guest articles, product reviews and the submissions to read the recommendations, odds and sods and economic portions first (low hanging fruit as they say, especially since I am checking things out at work on break). This new format makes that a much simpler process. Thank You