posted on Aug, 11 2011 @ 03:08 PM
Originally posted by idealord
Issac, I assume you saw my previous post about the CIA data capture?
Yes, but I wanted to download it at home rather than in my office - and only got home from work a few minutes ago.
I'm going to start downloading it now.
Edit to add : Okay, that downloaded and opened without any problems. Thanks for zipping up all the PDFs - you saved me downloading them at the
The spreadsheet looks like it should be useful. I've already used it to check out something that had occurred to me - i.e. it looked like the CIA
gave the PDFs URLs in blocks like the Canadians, but with some numbers omitted for some reason - your spreadsheet has enabled me to identify the
missing numbers and try out some of those URLs to see if there were UFO documents at them. In fact, there was nothing at the 5 or 6 such numbers that
I've tried so far - but this seemed to me worth trying.
In terms of the number of pages in the PDFs, I can't see any relevant numbers in this spreadsheet. I only really need to total number of pages for my
current plans, which I can get by printing out all the PDFs and paginating them - but if you can add the number of pages in each PDF using the tool
you mentioned above them that would be great.
I think that this spreadsheet should be mentioned on the UFO UpDates email discussion List. I'd be happy to do so if you are not a member, crediting
it to you of course. In relation to your concern about your bandwidth, I can put just the spreadsheet on my own website (in a webpage in your name)
in a table which can be sorted online by clicking on the top row - which I was quite pleased to get working...
edit on 11-8-2011 by IsaacKoi because: (no reason given)