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Re: Tesla Coilers Across the USA

Original poster: "john cooper" <tesla-at-tesla-coil-dot-com> 

Hello All:

Mark's post (below) prompted me to again attempt a list of past and present 
coilers, at some point I'm going to put together a calendar listing 
relevant b.days and great photos (suggestions welcome).  I know many are 
paranoid about being put on any list (you never know, maniacal laughter), 
I'm sure that last aside calmed down the less stable of the bunch.  Anyway, 
I've added a page to my web for this purpose.  A number of years ago I used 
one of my domain names for this purpose but later pointed it to 
tesla-coil-dot-com or -dot-org, I forget, it was all incorporated into one site a 
few years ago.  There's a feedback form to include yourself or others or to 
add/correct info listed, polite suggestions are welcome:


This really seems like a task better suited to the Tesla List but since 
it's not being done anywhere in the U.S.A. that I can find, here it is.


Date:  Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:09:19 -0600

 >Original poster: Mark Barlow <barlowcoil-at-yahoo-dot-com>
 >Hello All,
 >Long time reader first time writer! I was browsing the Tesla Coil WebRing
 >and saw this page:
 >It's a list of active coilers across the UK.
 >I was wondering if there was a similar page for Coilers in the USA or could
 >one be compiled? I thought it might be a good networking tool. I simply
 >don't get a chance to meet enough Tesla Enthusiasts and I also think it
 >would be great if we could combine efforts! <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns =
 >"urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
 >Best Wishes and High Voltage to All!  Mark Barlow  Columbus, Ohio