website is administered by the WebMaster Seth Reeder
(DGS 1962-1967), contact via Facebook group.
The Old Dyssean
Society Committee has overall authority for its content.
Any comments about this website — editorial content, layout,
technical issues, missing links etc — should be referred
to the Old Dyssean Society.
use your browser's options/settings to enlarge text,
change colours etc as required. All images have an
'alt' tag. See more on the EQA (formerly
site is optimised for the following Screenreader:
° For PC use JAWS
° For Macs use ChromeVox.
site does not set or read cookies, but they may be
used by third parties and links from this site may
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more info about the EU cookie law.
WebMaster makes every effort to maintain the accuracy
of the information on this website but cannot accept
responsibility for any inaccuracies, loss or damage which
may occur from use of the information. If you find anything
that causes you concern, please let us know.
The WebMaster has tried to ensure that this website contains
no information or language that may cause offence, infringe
copyright, or in any other way constitute a breach of the
rights of others.
property rights in some of this material may be held
by individual authors or owners. Acknowledgments and
credits are given when known. No intent to defraud is
colours on this site are essentially Blue, Brown and Gold to
reflect the school colours used on the blazer badge in
the 1960s. If your colours were different, then let us
know. No attempt has been made to match the colours exactly
because the site needs to be clear and readable. We are
all getting older and some, like me, have a visual impairment. The
font/type size is set to Verdana
12pt. You can
adjust the size of the display by using the zoom feature
in your internet browser. There's more about colours
on the HELP page.
time and file size
Old Dyssean" online is just over
3 Megabytes in size (Mb), the following will
give an indication of the expected download time,
similary for DGS mags and other file downloads
speed & download time
for 3M file ...
56k (dial-up) ......... 7m 29s
512k (min broadband) .. 46s
1M ............................. 23s
2M ............................. 11s
10M ............................. 2.5s
your line speed, use this link for speedtest.net ...
created using Google
by Seth Reeder –
last update –
See update log –
This site has been viewed successfully using the following
I am unable to test it on an Apple Mac.
huge thank you to everyone Old Dyssean or not
who has helped in the construction of this
website. I can't name you all but you know
who your are. Tell everyone about the site
and about your input however large or small.
We trust you have
enjoyed our site, see more on the Facebook Group.