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Subject:how we read oops From:"Robert H. Bohle" <rbohle -at- CABELL -dot- VCU -dot- EDU> Date:Tue, 10 Jan 1995 15:50:02 EST
Hello all: I have been mildly reprimanded for sending out some
helpful hints on how we read that are - apparently - hard to read.
Unfortunately, my site is having some problems, I am a
techno-peasant, and I am signing off this list. So, if you would like
to get a better copy, please e-mail me individually. I won't be
bugging you with bad stuff any more.
rbohle -at- cabell -dot- vcu -dot- edu
DesignAND -at- aol -dot- com (files transfer real nice and easy to aol