RE: [GTh] A question
> -----Original Message-----The internet was acting strangely yesterday. I posted my question and it
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of William Arnal
> Sent: Friday, 1 July 2005 1:37 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [GTh] A question
> Mike writes:
> >I notice that you didn't mention Bill Arnal's response in your note.
> >you didn't get it.
> She got it, and thanked me.
> >It contained basically the same information as mine, but
> >the each of us was unaware that the other had written. I
> actually sent
> >my note before I received his, but for some unknown reason
> mine wasn't
> >posted to the list until some six+ hours later. In the meantime, his
> >came in. No harm done, but I thought I'd explain why the left hand
> >didn't know what the right hand was doing.
didn't appear for hours (I nearly resent it, thinking maybe I'd sent from an
address I wasn't subscribed at), then Bill's answer came back almost
immediately, then Mike's several hours later.
However, not much more than a decade ago, we wouldn't have been having this
conversation at all. Computers and the internet have made a *huge*
difference to how the worldwide scholarly community relate to one another
and how quickly and thoroughly we can access information from all around the
" Let us forever remember that the sense for the sacred is as vital to us as
the light of the sun." - Abraham Joshua Heschel, 1944
Rev Judy Redman
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University of New England
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- Andrew Wrote:] (about Crum's Coptic Dictionary)
I might be interested in reprinting it if it's in the public domain,
though a book of 950 pages or so is difficult to produce.
This would be an admirable undertaking, especially if you could create it in
PDF format. The online version is immensely helpful, but navigating in it
from page to page is a certified pain in the butt. Also, have you noticed
that the bottom of some pages has been chopped off?
Humble Maine Woodsman