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The Beginning In 1992, the Internet was a very different place. Only a few people outside of universities and research labs had access and there really wasn't much of the web...

These are the top threads for each of the first ten years of UK-Dance's history. 1992-1993 Universe's spring rave in Wiltshire: "10 Towering tents of entertainment, 5...

By Dr Hillegonda Rietveld, South Bank University, London. Over the last year, I've started DJing again, thanks to Raya, a collective of DJs who put on gigs in several places,...

UKD = UK-Dance WTF = what the fuck AFAIK = as far as i know BTW = by the way IYKWIM = if you know what i mean?

There are moments in dance you remember for ever for me seeing Suddi perform "hardcore uproar" live was one of those moments...

In short: Darren Emerson was once subscribed to UKD. Tomato are heavily linked with Underworld. Tomato made an advert for the Telegraph, which used an Underworld tune.

To celebrate UK-Dance's birthday, its members contributed their favourite singles and albums from the first ten years of its life. Here's how the voting went.

Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2001 08:00:00 GMT To: UK-Dance <(Address removed)> Subject: UK-Dance Digest 4533 To unsubscribe from UK-Dance, write to (Address removed) with a message containing...

My thoughts in response: 1. Stephen is absolutely right - the web interface hasn't killed UKd, it's just that time has moved on.

Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2001 16:00:00 GMT To: UK-Dance <(Address removed)> Subject: UK-Dance Digest 4532 To unsubscribe from UK-Dance, write to (Address removed) with a message containing...

Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 08:00:00 GMT To: UK-Dance <(Address removed)> Subject: UK-Dance Digest 4527 To unsubscribe from UK-Dance, write to (Address removed) with a message containing...

<p> The web interface did change the dynamics when it was introduced but I think thats a red (eric?) herring now.</​p> agree.

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Dave Anderson: > Good isn't it? It's been years since I've contributed to UK-d via email, feels good In fact it's better than good.

Amazing - it lives ! Boom !

Couple of new things people have asked for: - You can now control whether quotes from a previous message are hidden away under the + sign.

What is UK-Dance? UK-Dance is a community based around dance music culture in the United Kingdom. It operates through a web site with discussions also carried on an e-mail...

Hear, hear Andy. I hope ukd stays in some form too. I've had a look at some of the ukd traffic on twitter (but not on fb, admittedly), and it does nothing like what I would want it to do, which is...

*tap tap* is this thing on then? /​/​/​ >b< On 24 October 2013 00:01, UK-Dance <(Address removed)> wrote:

The truth is that UK-Dance was declining even before it moved to the new site. The number of contributors had already dropped hugely and the page views were on a steady downward trend.

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Iain Watson said: > rebekah k said: > > Iain Watson said: > > Here's a story - I had a huge flame war on a gaming forum where I called > someone's missus a fat pig and said I'd rather wank forever...

Iain Watson said: > rebekah k said: > > Iain Watson said: > > Here's a story - I had a huge flame war on a gaming forum where I called > someone's missus a fat pig and said I'd rather wank forever...

Iain Watson said: > rebekah k said: > > Iain Watson said: > > Here's a story - I had a huge flame war on a gaming forum where I called > someone's missus a fat pig and said I'd rather wank forever...

Here's a few hints specific to UK-Dance that you might find useful, especially if you're new. They aren't formal rules that will get you expelled if you break them, but if you...

speaking of which, here is Tiësto #keepingitreal: twitter.com /​/​/​ so: do any of us geriatric types actually go raving anymore?

There are a fair few on this list that have a historical issues with Simon for various reasons.

Hmmm. Stephen I'm sure you took this step in good faith and with nothing but the best interests of UKD at heart, but I have to say I disagree with it, on two counts - both of which I'm sure you...

Stephen Hebditch built a site to stay, It's been going in and out of style, But it's guaranteed to raise a sMile, So may I re-introduce to you, The site you've known for all these years, Stephen...

thanks stephen... that is cool (i think) .. also it would be good to be able to "share" threads with fb and twitter... and .. this might help to expand numbers iow help us break out of ukd into the...

The UKD software was getting increasingly old and creaky so we've now moved across to something rather more modern.

Electro-Funk is undoubtedly the most misunderstood of all UK Dance genres, yet probably the most vital with regards to its overall influence.

well some have ... fwiw i dont think the list of uk dance twitter subs is very "representative of the diverse community".. ie: plenty on here dont use twitter.

The poll "Should UK-Dance profiles only be visible to logged-on members" has been closed. The results are: Yes: 13 votes No: 3 votes The total number of votes cast was 16.

Very interseting . Thanx Gesendet: Samstag, 05. Oktober 2013 um 02:05 Uhr Von: UK-Dance <(Address removed)> An: UK-Dance <(Address removed)> Betreff: [UK-Dance] Weekly newsletter 05 October...

To give some background to the move... UKD was previously running on a hacked together bit of software which while it looked okay from the outside was becoming more and more difficult to keep going.

Did Simon say 'mincing' meaning it as a slur though? I highly doubt it. I guess I've just got a thicker skin that most on here because I frequent gaming forums where I think most on here would die...

Ukd revival. Isn't there a sort of longing for.. well.. one's youth here? Of it being '96 again.

The web interface did change the dynamics when it was introduced but I think thats a red (eric?) herring now.

just made a commitment on FB to try and post at least 4 things to ukd per week in the hope that this sleeping giant (ie: ukd) .. might wake up.

Some very sad news - uk-dance subscriber Nick Hardie passed away last night, after suffering from pneumonia since xmas.

few people (not on here) have been asking me what happened to dave parkin (once ukd .. and btw.. voted "the nicest person on ukd") and raya stalwart.. a very important and active "raya engine room...

Admin get to see the full list , but for privacy reasons regular users only get to see those people who've outed themselves.

seems i was exaggerating... there are 17 members of ukd.

Maybe replace the current news feeds taken from music sites with a feed of tweets from UKD people? Easily done. You could then respond to tweets on here if you wanted to.

what he said... A day rarely goes by where I dont check in.. im 99% lurker these days.. defo plan to post more again some day.

Stephen Hebditch contributed: What happens to UKD is very much up to all you. If you think it still has a place then I'm happy to let it go on running.

i've got a new international clubbing report in the works, and plan to post it up as soon as i get a free moment, but i've been quite busy here in bali with a bunch of new years gigs etc. + i've...

Hello, goddamit! I'm still here, just very intermittently. Couple things tailed off Ukd for me - one was Simon going, the energy never really recovered after that I don't think.

hey, looking for a good pay as you talk sim. getting royally ripped off by vodafone (big surprise there) and want to switch.