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Maggie Secara wrote:
> I don't have a palm computer, a PDA, or a cell phone. I only just got a
> pager and a laptop because I'm working for a consulting company and every
> consultant gets a pager and a laptop (now if only they could find my lap!)
> I'm waiting for one of those dead-of-night documentation emergencies you
> hear so much about. My fax shares the line with my regular phone. Except
> for the DSL, I am clearly not in sync with my own culture and I can tell
> you, it's embarassing!
> I'm also shut off from hotmail and other questionable services at the
> office, so you may pardon me if I'm a little dizzy. Techwr-l deprivation is
> a terrible thing.
Look at it this way: you have an unparalleled chance to get some
work done, free from all distractions. :-)
Bruce Byfield 604.421.7177 bbyfield -at- axionet -dot- com
"It takes dry wood to kindle,
Time for the smoke to start,
Any fool can break a branch
That's greenwood at the heart."
-Oysterband, "On the Edge"
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