is the heart of the site. It started as the Guestbook in 1998, and functions
as a "reverse blog" where readers make the entries, the webmaster adds comments,
links and pictures. Posting guidelines in GB
89. (8/6/2014: The GroupBlog is now a plugin Guestbook on the new Webmaster
Blog, but functions as before.)
Pictures, sound files, audio and video tapes and DVDs
are also welcome via email or regular mail. These
contributions and selected GroupBlog entries are incorporated into existing
and new pages.
Browsing the extensive
GroupBlog Archive (linked, illustrated,
and lightly edited for readability) can be a serendipitous
Channel Changer 1
will reacquaint you with (or introduce you to) local TV shows and personalities
of the past. Channel Changer 2 covers
such Tulsa pop culture topics as radio, drive-ins, and counterculture of
the 70s, plus archived movie reviews by Gary Chew, and the odd review by
The Channel Changers highlight some, but by no means all
of the site's content. The Site Map is a further
aid to navigation, showing you most of the pages on the site (excepting
individual archived GroupBlog pages and movie reviews).
All pages (except the current GroupBlog) are indexed for
the TTM Search Engine, which can help you track
down anything that come to mind; keep a notepad handy.
Webmaster Blog about home theater
and cord-cutting, providing a WordPress platform for the new GroupBlog (the
former GB host, Pathfinder in Crete, Greece, ended the service
This is an exploratory site. Start anywhere. It is cross-linked to help you
follow your interests, wherever they may lead.
"...And also like all men perhaps there'll be an occasion,
maybe a summer night sometime, when he'll look up from what he's doing and
listen to the distant music of a calliope---and hear the voices and the laughter
of the people and the places of his past. And perhaps across his mind there'll
flit a little errant wish: that a man might not have to become old, never
outgrow the parks and the merry-go-rounds of his youth.
"And he'll smile then too because he'll know it IS just an errant wish. Some
wisp of memory, not too important really. Some laughing ghosts that cross
a man's mind...that are a part...of the Twilight Zone."
Rod Serling, from the closing narration of "Walking Distance"
I hope Tulsa TV Memories unlocks new doors as well as
old for you, as it has for me.