Hi Sam - did you get my response to this? I'd love to have the file.
Progress on creating an e-book from the reviews in the blog has been
slower than anticipated. I'm using the free Mobipocket compiler which is
basically a free alpha version of their commercial compiler and
user-friendly it ain't. For instance, each file has to be added to the
compilation list separately - and since we have about 180 files, that
takes time. But the annoying thing is that the compiler takes it on
itself to 'clean up' the files before compiling them, and often the
'cleaning up' involves adding new codes and characters which then cause
the compiler to reject the file when it gets to the processing stage.
It's not just that the left hand doesn't know what the right is doing -
it's actively interfering with it. So I might try a different approach.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sam Karnick [mailto:Sam@...]
> Sent: Saturday, 28 February 2004 6:40 AM
> To: GAdetection@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [GAdetection] RE: Charlie Chan--&--Blog reviews
> As it happens, I've been compiling the vast majority of our
> GAD reviews in an MS Word document since the inception of the group.
> guess what: it's 118 pages! I even cleaned up grammatical errors,
> bit. It's actually pretty cool. (There may be a couple of
> I grabbed from other sources, but I'm not certain of that.) I also
> included a few notes here and there regarding which volumes I
> have and don't have, but there is not much of that, and it could be
> deleted. If you'd like to look at the document as it now stands, let
> know, and I will send it to you.
> Best w's,