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Subject:Where do electrons go when...? From:Kat Nagel <KatNagel -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 7 Nov 1994 21:43:00 -0500
*********WARNING: flagrantly irrelevant plea for sympathy follows*********
To anyone who has sent me email in the last few days:
My mailbox (complete with five days worth of mail and mailing list digests)
has disappeared. Power problems, a system crash, and assorted electronic
lapses on AOL have left me without my anchor to sanity. (Sanity? Well,
The fact remains: _ I _ can't _ find _ my _ mail _.
(Them pesky little electrons done run off agin.)
My apologies to anyone who sent email replies to my comments/questions
between 11/1 and 11/5. I'm not ignoring you, honest. Please re-send the
messages, if possible.
As for the digests of TECHWR-L, COPYEDITING-L, CAP-L, EARLYM-L, CHORALIST and
VOCALIST, I guess I'll just have to live with the suspense of wondering what
I missed. Aargh!
*********You may now return to your regularly scheduled reading*********
Thanks, I needed that.
@kat katnagel -at- aol -dot- com
Life 1: MasterWork (technical writing and document design)
Life 2: PlaynSong & Madrigalia, Ltd (vocal chamber music)
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