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- Subject: RE: Miscellaneous
- From: Brian Mansur <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 05 Mar 96 15:24:00 PST
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To: KellySt; stevev; jim; zkulpa; hous0042; rddesign; David; lparker;
Date: Tuesday, March 05, 1996 8:54PM
Brian 3:20 PM CT 3/5/96
>I see, both Kelly and Brian writing Kupier and Kuper belt, I think it's
>"Kuiper", it's a Dutch name (but an US astronom).
I'll check it out.
Seems that some in the days of the LIT server ;) left wise saying at the end
of their messages. Whatever happened to that tradition? Probably too much
time to write it.
>Here a wise saying:
>I call it brainstorming. Thats where ideas often come from.
> David Levine and Brian Mansur
My favorite of the wise sayings that I remember reading in the LIT archives
(doesn't that make LIT sound ancient?!) went something like this:
The meek shall inherit the earth. Fortunately the rest of us will be
upgrading to the new version scheduled to come out later this year.