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Argosy Paper Preview
- To: bmansur <email@example.com>, David <David@InterWorld.com>, DotarSojat <DotarSojat@aol.com>, hous0042 <firstname.lastname@example.org>, jim <email@example.com>, Kelly Starks x7066 MS 10-39 <firstname.lastname@example.org>, lparker <email@example.com>, rddesign <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Steve VanDevender <email@example.com>
- To: "T.L.G.vanderLinden" <T.L.G.vanderLinden@student.utwente.nl>, zkulpa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Argosy Paper Preview
- From: Brian Mansur <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 14 Mar 96 18:15:00 PST
- Encoding: 33 TEXT
Since I have just 23 hours before going off-line for then next week and
three days, I'd like to take care of a little last minute business
concerning the Argosy paper I'm working up.
Note to Kelly Starks. You've wanted to help out with the paper. Thanks.
You should know, however, that I am still limited to BMP drawings. Can you
convert or compress these to something usable on the web pages? If so, I'll
have to send them to your e-mail account at the rate of one or two a day. I
apologize for this nuisance, but I just haven't been able to figure out how
to download the other drawing programs (without going to a store and paying
for non-sharewares). On the bright side, the text can probably be sent in
Note to group: When the Argosy paper text shows up in your mail boxes, look
for material you wrote. I realized after reading over some letters today
that you guys more than often explain things better then I can.
Note about Argosy Paper Quality: I don't promise anything spectacular, just
a summary written in similar style to the Explorer page but with a lot of
questions left unanswered. I'll go into pros and cons where I think it will
help Web surfers who come across the paper (not to mention you guys who,
like me, love to pick an idea apart). Also, I expect that some of the text
will come directly from the Explorer page. All in all, however, this paper
should be a decent enough draft for the group to consider.
If you have anything specific that you'd like to contribute, mail me and
I'll see if I can fit it in somewhere. I'd especially appreciate ideas and
weight numbers on the sail (Kevin has provided some of this data already
which I think will end up on the paper).
You guys have a nice week.