- Joel, Thanks for offering to convert that video to digital for us!! And I just want to say that, while I m sure your wife s opinion is of definiteMessage 1 of 36 , Feb 23, 2011View SourceJoel,Thanks for offering to convert that video to digital for us!! And I just want to say that, while I'm sure your wife's opinion is of definite consequence, I'm sure your time is worth more than a buck :-)If you do manage to get it converted I'd be eternally grateful... Well, I kind of already am, I love this group too! It's great being able to glean info from other builders.Cheers,Aaron
From: jm_silverman <jm_silverman@...>
Sent: Wed, February 23, 2011 11:09:23 AM
Subject: [Airolite_Boats] Re: DVD Clarification
Just to clarify, this DVD was developed by Shade Tree Productions who produced a series for public television called The Boat Shop. Over a couple of episodes they built a Platt Nimrod Canoe, this DVD pulls those segments together. I originally worked with the gentleman who owned the show and paid him for copies of the DVD. It has been a number of years and I no longer am able to contact him.
With that said, I am happy to make copies without any gain on my side and will find a way to post digitally.
--- In Airolite_Boats@yahoogroups.com, "mgrogg@..." <mgrogg@...> wrote:
> If there are no copyright/reproduction rights issues, I have a CD/DVD duplicator. I can make copies for cost of DVD media plus shipping. If there is an amount that has to go to the owner of the info, that would be taken care of also.
> I would be interested in one of the Boatshop DVD's.
> --- In Airolite_Boats@yahoogroups.com, jm_silverman@ wrote:
> > Trent and Bob get the last two DVDs.
> > If there is enough interest I can check into getting another batch made up for the
> group. Are there 20 people on the list interested in the DVD. Let me know.
> > Thanks
> $65/Hr Job - 25 Openings
> Part-Time job ($20-$65/hr). Requirements: Home Internet Access
- After Platt Monfort passed over the bar (nearly 6 years ago; hard to believe it s been that long), his wife Betty was running the business, and his son Tim wasMessage 36 of 36 , Feb 24, 2011View SourceAfter Platt Monfort passed over the bar (nearly 6 years ago; hard to believe it's been that long), his wife Betty was running the business, and his son Tim was taking care of the web site maintenance and presumably the shopping cart software, etc. Since the GABoats.com site is still up, apparently orders for plans, *his* video, etc. are still being processed (although I haven't ordered anything from there since shortly after Platt died.) Just to be clear, I hold Platt and his accomplishments (which include such diverse items as GitRot, ferrocement boat technology, and an instruction book on making toy airplanes from McDonald's polystyrene containers, as well as GA boat tech) in the highest regard, but my past experience in trying to watch his video at night was that I never made it all the way through without falling asleep. Different strokes for different folks...