From: Rajul Iyer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 03/24/03-12:22:18 PM Z
on 3/22/03 10:53 PM, Judy Seigel at email@example.com wrote:
> Dear List,
> I often suggest that folks "ask the list," which finds answers for almost
> everything. So before I give answer about how to get a copy of
> Post-Factory (with many thanks to Sandy for the plug), here's my question:
> Why is it that ANY time ANYONE else uses my computer, no matter how
> superior their skills and careful their behavior, I am left with a mess?
> This afternoon a visiting fireperson used Explorer, and now my z-term is
> wiggy. Grrrrrr....
> I mention this because the cursor is out of control, so I will be brief:
> I'll send full subscription info to anyone who requests it OFFLIST, but
> meanwhile, whoever in the US or Canada puts two dollar bills in an
> envelope (folded into a sheet of heavy-ish paper) and mails to
> Post-Factory, 61 Morton Street, New York, NY 10014, with the words "Issue
> #8" written somewhere in the vicinity, can have that issue as "free
> introductory copy for the cost of the postage." Or, should you wish it
> LITERALLY for the cost of the postage and are in the US, send a check for
> To other countries, it takes 6 International Reply coupons to cover
> (approximately) the postage.
> Meanwhile, thanks to Niranjan for asking such an excellent question.
> | Judy Seigel, Editor >
> | World Journal of Post-Factory Photography > "HOW-TO and WHY"
> | firstname.lastname@example.org >
> | <http://rmp.opusis.com/postfactory/postfactory.html>
> On Sat, 22 Mar 2003, Niranjan Patel wrote:
>> Post Factory PhotographySandy:
>> How do I get hold of a copy?
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: Sandy King
>> To: email@example.com
>> Sent: Saturday, March 22, 2003 1:56 PM
>> Subject: Post Factory Photography
>> With this short note I would like to express my appreciation to Judy Seigel
>> for her efforts in putting together the latest issue of Post-Factory
>> Photography. I have found all of the past issues of this publication to be
>> informative, useful and well written, and this number is no exception. In
>> fact, it may well be the best of them all, with some highly useful
>> information about vdb, kallitype, albumen, and a non-salt salt process that I
>> am sure to try at some point in the future. And to top it all off, virtually
>> nothing about cyanotype and gum!!!!.
>> Sandy King
We do not have $2 paper bills in Canada so I would have to mail you a cheque
to cover the postage of the #8 issue of Post Factory Photography. I would
also appreciate receiving information on how to subscribe for your journal.
My address is: Rajul Iyer, 2595 Maquinna Road, Kelowna, B.C. V1W 2R9.
Thank you from Beautiful B.C. Rajul
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