As far as editing, the new versions of gmail should hide all that stuff. Sometimes it is useful to remove things others have said. But sometimes its helpful to be able to scroll down and see..AHA thats why Aoirthoir (or anyone else) said something. So I am split on deleting. Sometimes I want it sometimes I dont.
As far as meditating, unfortunately I have had to cut out all socializing for the time being. Until I am back flush again and paying bills on time, I have to work work work.
Thanks for the offer for the conference table That will be a big help. Also to clarify, whether the classes are run by donation or a charge, anyone that brings something (like chairs, an LCD, tables, ramps, etc) counts as their donation/fee.
I will start looking on Craigs list for an LCD. If anyone knows of any cheap please let me know (cheaper the better).
--- On Thu, 7/29/10, Doug <[address removed]> wrote:
> From: Doug <[address removed]>
> Subject: Re: [webdesign-396] Requests for classes and what's going on.
> To: [address removed]
> Date: Thursday, July 29, 2010, 2:55 PM
> On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 12:42 PM,
> bryan <[address removed]>
> > why don't you, me, and the others in the group take on
> real world projects
> > and charge a few bucks for the end product. this way
> those who want to learn
> That sounds like a good idea.
> Also are you still having the meditation thing?
> Also could everybody learn how to EDIT???? (That is,
> delete all
> previous and unnecessary garbage.)? To add to a
> message you start at
> the BOTTOM, not the TOP.
> yahoo sucks and is sucking worse every day.? They are
> making it worse
> all the time.? It has become unusable.? They have no help
> and will not
> fix problems.? They have an email help but never answer.?
> advertisers on yahoo.? I am switching to gmail.? You can
> write to me
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