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Hi all. Well, after days of politely sending the
WWW summaries to those who requested them, I have
(obviously) posted them to the list (by mistake).
(BTW, I think I've sent them out to about 30 persons!)
Now that I have realized this, I will not send out
any more individual replies unless you shout, "I missed
them!" at me.
I had problems sending to at least one person who requested
the summaries (Tim -at- rambone), so perhaps you can get them
through the list.
To those who receive techwr-l as a digest or who didn't
care to receive the summaries, repeat after me: "Ricken,
racken, rosen, fracken! Grrr! Mumble, mumble."
(sigh) I goofed.
lffunkhouser -at- halnet -dot- com
BTW, did you get any value from those summaries?