Monday, November 19, 2012

Final Post/ New Site Coming Soon

I seem to have run out of space here on Lost Toronto so will be creating a new site,
It will take some time for the search engines to index the new site but the link above works.
 Please continue to visit this site and search through some of the older posts and visit the new site as well.
Thank you for all the comments and contributions.


  1. Don't leave me behind. I want to come with you!

  2. I'll be following along there too :)

  3. I realize you've already started to post at the new site, but do you actually have to move? Are you out of disk space for uploaded photos to Blogger?

    I don't think that photos uploaded to Google+ photo albums count against the disk space limits as long as they are less than 2048X2048... [Instead of uploading the photos to blogger, you can upload to Google+, and then on insertion of the photo you choose 'Picasa Web Albums', which also lists Google+ albums]

    Just asking.

    Alternately, have you considered hosting the images on a third party image hoster like Photobucket?

  4. Thanks for the info.It seems like they just want an additional step to send traffic to another site i.e. Google + and I can't be bothered to figure that part out.

  5. You might like to consider speaking at the Jewish Genealogy Society of Toronto.

    I'm not the program director but I could put you in touch with her if you like.

    I've read articles here about Eglinton Avenue and other parts of the city that would be relevant.

    If you are game you can leave a message anywhere on our blog or contact the president - info here


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