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SUBSCRIBE BOOK_ARTS-L annette morris
I'm sending this out to the list as a whole because I have been getting alot
of messages asking me to unsub, change addresses, postpone... lately. I will
be happy to help people in a pinch, but I highly recommend that people keep
a copy of this message so that they can execute these replies themselves.
Commands such as those just mentioned must be sent to Listproc@cornell.edu,
not to the list as a whole.
In the course of this Summer, ie sometime after July 1, this list will be
moving to Syracuse. It should not require any action on your part other than
noting the new address to make postings and subscription changes. At that
time a message will be sent out detailling that information.
Thank you for your understanding,
>Welcome to the BOOK_ARTS-L list. This list is open to all facets of the
>book arts. These include binding, printing, papermaking, decorated papers,
>typography, graphic design, and collecting. The list is open to anyone and
>active participation is sought by all.
>This list has become a forum for discussions of techniques, ideas,
>exhibitions, and general announcements pertaining to this wide and
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