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There's some heart-warming news this morning in the shape of a free hosting offer for the much lamented Chatham Girls website.

Sadly, this Geocities hosted effort was brought down by frantic Reg readers hoping for a glimpse of some hot Kent crumpet.

However, Good Samaritan Jason Sheldon tells us that he's up for a bit of a laugh (and cheap publicity), so if they contact you, I'll provide them free hosting and a domain name for 12 months, free of charge, as long as the content is legal. I'll just stick a banner advert at the top though... :)

You can't say fairer than that, although we should note that the site may not necessarily be defined as "legal" in certain US states. The courts will decide.

So, if the authors of Chatham Girls would like to contact us, we'll put them in touch with Jason, or "Jace" as he is known in the Medway Taaans. ®

Bootnote

Thanks very much to all those readers who found our slashdot comparison distasteful. Yes, we know that you can bring down a Geocities site just by hitting refresh a few times. We take no pleasure in such an achievement, preferring instead to take candy from babies. Now that's a real challenge.

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