I was browsing around the College Web Site when I came across a page called "Kooler Talk" with a sign asking "Any takers"?
I promptly sent an email to the webmaster, which was given at the bottom of that page, pointing out the my Kooler Talk Web Version has been online for over a decade! I also pointed out that Ashok Jaitly has pointed this out prominently in his book on the History of the College.
With 3000 Stephanians around the world checking in regularly on my Kooler Talk, I wonder whether it is a sort of ego problem for the webmaster of the College Site not to acknowledge this. He, and his predecessors, have been fully aware of my Kooler Talk for many years.
When I visited college at the end of last year, many staff and students paid rich compliments to my perseverance in keeping this alive for over a decade! They were all aware of it and most said that they enjoyed my nostalgic presentations. (Remember, I (Like Tony) was around when the original Kooler Talk was launched. Articles by me can be found in the first few publications.)
That email bounced, showing that nobody really looks after the whole site.
Another Kooler Talk without any purpose probably is an act of sabotage against my efforts. Why?
I resent the email to the email address on the main page of the college site - but it has not been acknowledged, as yet!