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> I hadn't thought of calling it project administration, but that's exactly
> what I seem to be doing. Thanks. (By the way, the "Mom" comment WAS a
> joke. Although I object to emoticons, I should probably have used a smiley.)
I'm a non-emoticon type of person myself. I prefer made-up words like the
kind my sister always uses in her letters, for example, instead of
<grin> (which I can't stand), she uses stuff like "(snark)," which I love.