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2018/05/19 - Added commentary about Cornelius and Ephraim Force to the Goeppinger book page.
2018/05/18 - Tweaked a few definitions in both the alphabetic and the logical versions of the Glossary.
Added commentary about the Milwaukee bellfoundry names to the Goeppinger book page.
Added Trinity Episcopal Church, New York City, and University of Washington, Seattle, to the page of multi-instrument institutions in North America.
Updated Weblinks to the British Carillon Society, which has changed its domain name.
Corrected placement of the vanden Gheyn bellfoundry in the list of foundries by country.
Added another typo to the Errata for the first and second printings of Neil Goeppinger's book.
Added material related to the 2017 closure of the Whitechapel foundry.
Revised the help for Google maps.
Revised the page about things that are not carillons.
2018/04/20 - Corrected an error in linking the current version of the Website map page.
2018/03/21 - Fixed selection naming and site counts in several regional maps, as well as clustering in NC.
2018/02/18 - Corrected two entries in the index to North American carillons by keyboard range, and made minor changes to the associated text.
Split 2016 news into the separate history file referenced below, to save space here.
2018/01/31 - Renamed the Website map page.
Corrected the description of the travels of the Ward-Belmont bells through Sellersville, PA and their downgrading to the Virginia Arts Festival, as well as how that affected the history of North American traditional carillons.
Fixed broken links in this page and elsewhere.
2018/01/08 - Revised the Goeppinger book announcement to reflect a second printing in which many of the typographic errors of the first printing have been corrected; the corrected typos are now listed on a separate page, as are remaining typos, commentary and research notes.
Removed Bing Maps locator map links from 852 site data pages after discovering that Bing no longer recognizes links in the format used. Revised the map service history page and the main map use hints page to reflect the situation.
2017/12/31 - Revised the Whitechapel foundry index to reflect its closure earlier this year; revised lists of foundries accordingly.
Corrected and expanded the story of Rincker in America.
Rewrote the help for MapQuest maps.
Revised the glossary link in the introductory paragraph of all indexes by year of completion.
|My apologies to those who have contributed information this year and were promised that it would appear "in the next update." Life happens, but a data update did not. Please be assured that your contribution has not been lost, but is part of a huge accumulation that is waiting to be integrated into the database. /s/ CSZ|
Revised the "Direction" note block which follows (and floats in this page):
"To travel far, you must choose a direction"
The direction in which the TowerBells Website is traveling can be seen in the worklist which is set out below. In roughly prioritized order, this shows the major tasks which the author has set himself, and which are intended to result in future news items on this page.
/signed/ Carl Scott Zimmerman, database owner
See What was new in these pages during 2016?
2015 - See What was new in these pages during 2015?
2014 - See What was new in these pages during 2014?
2013 - See What was new in these pages during 2013?
2012 - See What was new in these pages during 2012 - the year of the merger?
A Website history.explains the merger.
2000-2011 - See What was new in the TowerBells pages before the merger?.
1996-2012 - See What was new in the GCNA data pages before the merger?
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