Sky 99 minute cd-r's

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#1

Does anyone know what Sky's website address is?

I've tried Google (20 pages) with no success.

Here's a picture of their cd-r's:

I bought a 10 pack from http://www.yesbuy.net/9099mincdrsi.html in the USA.

They were only 16x rated, but were excellent discs. I now need more and wish to read more about the companies other products.

Thanks in advance,

Spazmogen


#2

Maybe they just dont have a website. You can contact the company if you talk talk to the place where you bought them from, they usually have a way to contact the company.


#3

FlyingDutchman: Thanks for the reply.

I made the post from work after waisting 25 minutes looking for the site.

I came home and did a search using www.copernic.com and it came up as the 2nd response.

http://www.skymediamanufacturing.com

They’re a Swiss company!

That was not a result that google returned.

Go figure.

:o


#4

strange, a website that google did not know…This is a first.


#5

Copernic searched: Alta Vista, Fast Search, MSN Web Search & Netscape Net Center at the same time THEN it removed all duplicate links and showed the results in 1 window.

It has proven to be the best way to search for me.

The Copernic search program was FREE too.


#6

So you are saying its better than the “king of search” google?


#7

Perhaps not “better”. But searching 4 or 5 engines at the same time-removing duplicate & dead links-got me the results I was looking for.

Give it a try. It’s free.
There’s a small ad banner in the program while you search.

http://www.copernic.com/products/copernic/basic/index.html is the link to the software. Copernic is not a webpage based search engine like google.


#8

nah, its 17th when u search ‘sky media’ just a bit lower down than usual. :slight_smile: