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Re: Lecture



OK folks, let's stop beating this dead horse and get over ourselves. It's
not that big of a deal. Let's approach life with a sense of humor.

Geez, I go to a conference (ALA) and this is what happens. When the cats
gone, ...

Listowner,

Spyder Verheyen


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Peter Verheyen, Listowner: Book_Arts-L
mailto:pdverhey@dreamscape.com
http://www.dreamscape.com/pdverhey


On Thu, 25 Jun 1998, Paul T Werner wrote:

> That dead horse will be beat through a few more incarnations, but here
> goes: you must have found the term "complain" patronizing. It wasn't meant
> to be.  I in turn thought your reply also patronizing. Clearly that was
> not your intention. After nearly ten years in graduate school, it is a
> pleasure and an honor to be associated with people who are striving after
> the same goals and willing to help each other along the way, as you so
> clearly are.
>
> Horse buried.
>
>  On Thu, 25 Jun 1998, Richard Miller wrote:
>
> > Paul:
> >
> > Not to beat a dead horse, and at the risk of boring those who did "get it",
> > the two list members who "complained" (myself being one), are trying to do
> > people like you a favor by publicizing your workshops and exhibitions well
> > in advance so that the readers of our respective newsletters have an
> > opportunity to attend. Most event organizers are grateful for national or
> > international publicity, especially when it's free, as they are usually
> > restricted to local advertising. By spreading the word the chances of full
> > attendance are increased, often making the difference between a workshop
> > losing or making money.
> >
> > So for all of you, to repeat once again, the earlier you can spread the
> > word of your upcoming events, the more likely people like me can get that
> > word and spread it even farther.
> >
> > Of course, those people who want to keep their events quiet should just
> > keep the word to themselves ;-)
> >
> > Regards,
> > Richard.
> >
> >
> > ----------------------------------------
> > Richard Miller <rmiller@peterboro.net>
> >
> > The Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild website:
> > <http://www.cbbag.ca>
> >
> > -----------------------------------------
> >
>
> ***************************************************************************
> Paul Werner, New York City
>
> For Courses, Lectures and Dragonsblood:
> Pour cours, conferences et sangdragon:
>
> http://pages.nyu.edu/~ptw1
>


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