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RE: Some recent publications about carbon transfer

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  • Subject: RE: Some recent publications about carbon transfer
  • From: Judy Seigel <jseigel@panix.com>
  • Date: Sun, 02 Dec 2007 16:51:02 -0500 (EST)
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On Sat, 1 Dec 2007, Dave Soemarko wrote:


I just tried it. You can scroll up and down for the issue that you are
interested in, then click the yellow "Download" button, but it will ask you
to register. I didn't register and complete the download though.

Oh Lordy, I remember it now... that "registration" was like applying to Harvard. I somehow got into e-mail "conversation" with the editor, who might, I thought, have responded to an applicant's explanation of why s/he cut out more thoughtfully than he did (which was to abruptly "hang up the phone," so to speak).

I happened to mention -- speaking as it were to a fellow publisher and thinking it a favor to him -- that if the EXTENDED quiz on what photo services and materials you use, coming right up front in the process & thus a REAL turnoff (he replied then that you didn't have to do it tho I recall no mention to that effect) -- had come AFTER you were registered, somewhere else along the line, as a requested option, it would have had an entirely different effect.

As noted -- no response. But he seems to be doing fine without us, Dave... Sorry Sandy, I'd love to see your pics...

PS. Scanning my queue, I see Sandy's photo is available on line. Hurrah! (More to follow -- but yes I have it if it's the screen door, you devil -- and many classes have been dumbstruck. Later I stopped showing it to them later -- too demoralizing -- only early before they knew not to try it themselves !)