<VV> TECHNICAL HELP--no Corvair
J R Read_HML
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Mon Oct 17 19:49:44 EDT 2005
ALL those things PLUS the fact that you are sharing the information with who
knows how many others who may/will eventually have an interest in the topic.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Chuck Kubin" <dreamwoodck at yahoo.com>
To: "corvairs" <lonwall at corvairunderground.com>; <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2005 6:14 PM
Subject: <VV> TECHNICAL HELP--no Corvair
> -----The biggest problem with giving tech assistance on the internet
> is that it's really a very primative form of communication.-------
> The biggest advantages I see are convenience and speed. Back in the Stone
> Age when I wrote a newsletter for an R/C aircraft club, I typed on a
> Selectric III, meaning any mistakes I saw after it came out of the machine
> were covered with "correction tape" and retyped, or I typed a new
> paragraph and glued it over the problem. I took the masters to a
> reproduction shop, waited two days to get it back, spent an evening
> folding, stamping and putting on labels the night before it spent three
> days in the mail to our members.
> Now I can write my grandson's cub scout newsletter or a VV post in record
> time, and you and I get to notice all the mistakes within moments after I
> send it!
> Chuck Kubin
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