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"I hear and I forget, I see and I forget, I do and I forget" -- confused.
On Fri, 13 Mar 1998, Katav wrote:
> for 2 cents - plain
> Which is why tutorials should be available BOTH
> on-line AND downloadable, /preferably/ is a
> compressed (self-extracting?) format -- I don't
> want to wait (pay) while a uncompressed 4M course
> downloads across my 28.8 modem when that same course
> could be compressed to half its size (or better).
> katav ( katav -at- yahoo -dot- com )
> ---Linda Castellani <linda -at- GRIC -dot- COM> wrote:
> Maybe it's just me, but when I find a tutorial, I download it, ...
> Then ... connect charges become a
> At 12:16 PM 3/13/98 +0000, Sarah Carroll wrote:
> ... until methods for accessing the net change from using telephone
> lines to a less expensive method ... to complete a tutorial ... most
> ... want the paper copy.
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