<VV> CORSA LOG IN
hugo at aruncoaches.co.uk
Tue Oct 29 18:48:10 EDT 2019
All my passwords, important phone numbers etc etc are written in a
notebook. There's no subsitute for pen and ink!
I too got this 'access denied' message. But I could still read the
classifieds. And when i scrolled down the contents on the left, I was
able to open the magazine normally. Maybe it's just me - I tend not to
take No for an answer!
On 2019-10-29 22:57, Arlette Pat & Carl Kelsen via VirtualVairs wrote:
> G’day everyone,
> I expect that I will not be the only one experiencing the following
> frustration and that many will relate to the following.
> This morning (Wednesday morning in Australia) I made at least 5
> unsuccessful attempts to log on to CORSA so that I could view the
> latest Communique magazine. These unsuccessful attempts at logging on
> included 3 unsuccessful attempts at changing my password.
> I appreciate that receiving electronic versions of publications like
> the excellent Communique are increasingly part of life 2019, but the
> downside is having to have what seems like countless numbers of
> passwords that must include a minium number of letters and numbers.
> Added to this is the need to record or remember these passwords and
> some cases constantly re-new them.
> Without question we will in time, all learn to live with the need for
> these passwords, their limitations and the advantages of electronic
> copies over hard copies. Nevertheless for me it will be more of a
> of simply not reading many publications simply because of the effort
> required to access them in the first place.
> Life is simply to short to spend 45 mins trying unsuccessfully to
> access a magazine that in hard form could be accessed at any time
> without the need to have access to an electronic iPad, desk computer
> or iPhone (Cell phone).
> There of course will be an opposite view to the above and I
> appreciate that in the end, nothing stays the same but I am about
> ready to give up totally on accessing electronic copies.
> I refuse totally to become a slave to things such ‘Facebook” and
> don’t ‘fortunately’ feel the need to have constant reports / photos
> what my friends had for breakfast or of their grand children etc.
> With the Communique I will just have to wait the extra weeks for the
> hard copy of the Communique to arrive and when its no longer offered
> in hard copy form then perhaps that will signal the end of my
> involvement with it.
> Regards to everyone
> Carl Kelsen
> RHD 1965 Monza convertible
> Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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