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Offline Eer

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NSF Live - WEN?
« on: 04/24/2022 06:47 pm »
I'll put this here, rather than the Videos section, as it's a suggestion, not an update ...

I found the posts saying when the weekly NSF Live program would be streamed helpful back when they were being provided (in Feb 2022, for example).

I don't know where else to look to see if today's stream is on, has been cancelled because of some other covered event or another, or is rescheduled.  Maybe I'm just not finding it.

So - suggestion - say WEN you plan to do them.  Thanks.
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Re: NSF Live - WEN?
« Reply #1 on: 04/24/2022 10:00 pm »
I'll put this here, rather than the Videos section, as it's a suggestion, not an update ...

I found the posts saying when the weekly NSF Live program would be streamed helpful back when they were being provided (in Feb 2022, for example).

I don't know where else to look to see if today's stream is on, has been cancelled because of some other covered event or another, or is rescheduled.  Maybe I'm just not finding it.

So - suggestion - say WEN you plan to do them.  Thanks.

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Re: NSF Live - WEN?
« Reply #2 on: 04/28/2022 07:21 pm »
Just check the NSF Youtube channel.  They typically do them on Sundays starting at 3pm ET (used to be Saturdays) but sometimes skip if they had too many other live events in the last day or two.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSUu1lih2RifWkKtDOJdsBA
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