- Hi all Just re-reading Julian s posting, I d be interested to know what articles you found a little obscure ; surprisingly enough I don t get a lot ofMessage 1 of 9 , Apr 15, 2002View SourceHi all
Just re-reading Julian's posting, I'd be interested to know what articles
you found "a little obscure"; surprisingly enough I don't get a lot of
feedback, so if something needs attention I wouldn't necessarily know unless
sosmebody tells me! Basically I use what comes in; I am obviously aware
that The Association includes very experienced and knowledgable members at
one end of the spectrum, complete newcomers at the other, and every
imaginable shade in between, and I also try to include a balance of model
and prototype articles in each issue, but in the end I can only choose from
what I've got. If something is going wrong in the balance of subjects or
levels, please let me know!
- All Further to today s earlier posts, Graham Spencer has sourced said guidelines and I have uploaded them into a new folder -Message 2 of 9 , Apr 15, 2002View SourceAll
Further to today's earlier posts, Graham Spencer has sourced said
guidelines and I have uploaded them into a new folder -
where you will find three versions of the same information:
An RTF (Rich Text Format) document that should open in whichever word
processor is native to your machine.
A ZIP (Compressed) file that will minimise the download time in order
that you can keep a copy locally and not have to go to this group
every time you want to look at it. Be aware though that your version
will be out of date if this document is ever revised.
An HTML (Web) document which will open as a simple web page.
We are looking at producing a PDF version which should then cover all
eventualities but this is very much in the pipeline.
We hope that this answers everyone's questions in the short term -
Graham is a member of this group if it doesn't!