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Subject:Re: If you could use what you wanted ... From:John Posada <john -at- TDANDW -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 19 Mar 1999 17:57:18 -0500
Normally, I'd completely agree and will still keep it in the back of my
mind, but in this situation, and as far as I know, no hardware will be
involved in this project, only software. Good thought, though. Thanks
"Jody R. Lorig" wrote:
> You provided your shopping list for your new job.
> Throw in a digital camera. It makes documenting hardware a lot easier
> than having to create artwork and it helps you have something to look
> at when the item you need to refer to gets moved somewhere else.
> Mr. Jody Lorig
> Publications Manager
> DTN Kavouras Weather Services
> Burnsville MN
> JLorig -at- Kavouras -dot- com