@andrewrose said:Hey guy, I have this in Excel format for everybody if they want it. I asked Lumpclod for this a few months ago and he gave me something that I turned into an Excel spreadsheet. I am at work and haven't used Mediafile before, but I can email it right now to you if you'd like and then you can post a link to Mediafile. Either that or I can shoot it over to whomever needs it if they pm me.@bl002e said:Crap, didn't notice that. I'll see what I can figure out.Clicking "Audio" in the MJM blog entry header should give back all of the MJMs posted since the .Net upgrade, so all MJMs #26 and higher should show up: http://blog.phish.net/topic/audioYeah I've tried that. But it only lists one page worth (going back to 135 currently) ... no way to navigate back for older entries.
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