Hey, I was listening yesterday, so why I can't connect now?

If you haven’t done so already, you might first want to check out my Receiver Setup Manual. But then again, you were “listening yesterday”, so something must have been working then.

Your first and best recourse is to use the standard Listen link;

In fact, there are a whole raft of Listen links, some of which may be better than others for your audio player of choice.

If the stream become inaccessible for a period of time, please just keep checking. It may be that you’re experiencing an unplanned outage. I have invested a lot of time and effort into sustaining this station, and I’m not willing to give it up easily.

Until my site says otherwise, you can assume that I’ll be back.

The following is Archival Content

I mean, gosh.

Back in December 2001, I changed servers, and back in January 2002, I changed again. Things have been stable for a while now that I’ve found some reliable stream providers to take on the load. S E B has had to make about a half-dozen of those transitions to date. It just comes with the territory.

For a while there, SHOUTcast was promoting S E B in their Featured Broadcasts, but the link pointed at the old server. I’m pretty sure it hasn’t been updated since last forever, and I may have fallen off the ‘featured’ list.

Frankly, I’m not even sure if the ‘yp.’ Server is even maintained anymore, besides best efforts to keep it propped up.

And it has stayed propped up. For decades. Narrator

A long time ago during the dot.com fervor, there was a service called Kerbango. It used to be the radio listing service used by Apple. It hit the skids pretty early on, but iTunes managed to archive forward the old links, so I was listed for a while.

Seriously * Archival here. We’re talking early early versions of iTunes, kids. There was no “Apple Music”. PewDiePie was still knee-high to a grasshopper. So, it’s been a while. I’ve since fallen off the edge of their listings, as I mention in the iTunes Setup Manual as well.

Oh, how the years bring change.

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