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« on: May 12, 2006, 01:28:59 PM »

The Bus Conversion Calendar is just about ready to come on line.
† †First, I want to give everyone a "heads up". If you have your birthday listed in your profile, your birthday (AND AGE) will show up on that day on the calendar. We have not yet found a way to dis-able this feature. If you do not want your birthday and age listed on the calendar, remove that information from your profile.
† Everyone will be able to add events to the calendar. Please limit the listing to bus related activities. Once an event is listed, you can click on it and have a thread of posts. All post to the calendar also appear in a format similar to the bulletin board.†
† †Dallas and Cat's upcoming gathering is listed as well as Bussin' 2007 in December and a couple SE Cruiser's rallies in May and September. This should give you an adea how the calendar works,† Jack

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« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2006, 03:09:35 PM »

Seems like another nice feature. 

I purposefully did not put my actual birthday in the profile as I think that is one of the pieces of data that identity thieves might be able to use. I really don't care if anyone knows how old I am.  55 turning 56 soon, and prouid of it and all the grey hairs I've earned.

Jim Stewart
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« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2006, 06:54:41 PM »


Thanks for the heads up!


This whole identity theft things is such a pain in the %@#. Angry

I, like you, feel the need to take some precautions.

Its a shame!


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