[Homeroast] Individual pages for archived coffee reviews?

miKe mcKoffee mckona at comcast.net
Thu Feb 12 22:21:39 CST 2015

As far as I recall going back close to 2 decades once the coffee "aged out"
in the archive years it's always been scroll to find it, not a direct link.

Slave to the Bean miKe mcKoffee
URL to Rosto mods, FrankenFormer, some recipes etc:

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Subject: Re: [Homeroast] Individual pages for archived coffee reviews?

On Thu, Feb 12, 2015 at 07:15:54PM -0800, miKe mcKoffee wrote:
> Come on guys give SM a break, this isn't Rocket Science but Internet 
> Navigation 101. The old greens archives are still there and still 
> accessible via new website. Not really that difficult to find if you 
> look. I seldom am on SM website anymore and found it in seconds. From 
> the Home page highlight Greens then click on "Archive". I just looked 
> for and found that classic Harrar Lot 30 Blueberry Bomb from March 
> 2006 Arrival, says so in the full original review still there...

Finding it (aside from the Camaroon) isn't the issue.  Linking to a
particular description was the original question. 

Why?  So my notes can include a link that takes me straight to a particular
coffee description?
Why?  So when I read a new coffee description I can with minimal fuss go
right to the bean I *think* it reminds me of.

This was a sanity check on my part, "wasn't that how it used to be?" and now
it's something of a feature request.  

      Michael Rasmussen, Portland Oregon  
    Be Appropriate && Follow Your Curiosity It's like watching you try to
unshoot yourself in the head after pulling the trigger.
    ~ Warren Ellis

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