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Posted 3 years.


  • Cathy Herr - 3 years ago

    I have never had a problem receiving your newsletters. I save a lot of them on my computer so I can refer back to the information in them. Thanks for a great job!!

  • JW - 3 years ago

    I find the summaries in your Daily emails are often not long enough to provide an idea as to what the article is about. If you can provide longer, or more concise, summaries then fine. Otherwise, just send it as a whole thing and too bad for the morons who don't know how to adjust their spam filters.

  • John Foster - 3 years ago

    I usually save the whole mailing and then go back and make copies of the items that I can and do use as my memory isn't what it use to be. Either way works for me just as long as the info is still available.

  • Robert Early - 3 years ago

    I like it the way it is, because I can read the newsletter "off line.
    Also, since I have a very flexible email client, I can search the past emails/newsletters for content.

    Another famous newsletter just went that route, including a pay to play option, and I find I read the breif summary, instead of the whole newsletter. Sometimes the one nugget I need isn't in my brain, but still in print form waiting for my attention.

    If one large newsletter is too big, can the "Daily Info" be enlarged??

    Really,, the reality is this" Whatever works best for you, I am willing to accept it.



  • JB - 3 years ago

    I love your newsletters! But don't always have time to read the whole thing. A summary of topics with links would work for me, as long as you maintain the links online indefinitely. But I'm amenable to whatever the majority wants. My emails always arrive on time from my ISP, no problems there. Thank you for all your time and efforts in compiling information for us each week. :)

  • Glenn - 3 years ago

    I never have a problem with the News Letter getting thru. However, for a busy person (always in a rush), "It is sometimes difficult to see the forest because of the trees." Get rid of the bulky NL and have links to the web as you suggest. Makes much faster and more efficient reading of the NL. It is a much more efficient and modern approach to such matters. Kind regards. Glenn B. (NZ)

  • Debbie - 3 years ago

    I really like the format the way it is now to be honest. I have saved every Newsletter onto a stick, since I became a lifetime member many, many years ago.
    If it goes to a link format, there's the risk those links won't be available in the years to come, where as my saved newsletters are always available to read in full, at anytime I choose.

    I live in Australia and have always received my Newsletter, every Saturday morning (our time). My ISP has never blocked any of them fortunately.

    I am interested to know how many newsletters get blocked by ISP's, in comparison to how many reach their destination safely? What is the percentage?

    Cheers from Aussie Land.

  • jo.keynes - 3 years ago

    Thank you for your newsletter which has never failed to arrive on time (saturday morning australian tme) and the learning curve which has kept me updated and safe.

  • Gordon Lewin - 3 years ago

    I copy articles of interest to a compendium I maintain of valuable information I use for future reference, as many of them contain info not readily discoverable. I am often able to share with folks who are suffering computeritis. If you decide to go to a new format, please create an index of articles with links and make it available to subscribers. Thanks for all of your efforts. You are truly a a rare needle in the cyber haystack.

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