Just a quick response to your blog suggestion. After some thought, I
decided not to go that route. I'll just avoid Greek here on Yahoo in
the future, and if anyone wants a Word or pdf version of my prior
response, I'll be happy to provide it by e-mail. I suppose it is only
a quirk of vanity, since I have no public persona to protect, but I
feel that something on a blog (even if no one is looking) should be
more polished than a response here. It also takes it out of the
context of a conversation, where things offered for comment may be
speculation or suggestion rather than conclusion. So thanks, but I'll
just skip the Greek and transliterate when necessary.
--- In email@example.com
, "Bob MacDonald"
> I always enjoy a well reasoned paper. The problem here is that yahoo
> destroys your Unicode so the Greek is all in strange double charactershttps://www.blogger.com/start
> Starting a blog is easy and free e.g. see here
> - but everyone to his or her own taste in public works.
> Victoria BC