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FIRST Call for Editing Jim Peterson Award Nominations

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    Nominations for the 2007 Jim Peterson Achievement Awards are CLOSED. This is a call for EDITING Jim Peterson Achievement Award nominations. NOTE: While
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 30, 2006
      Nominations for the 2007 Jim Peterson Achievement Awards are CLOSED.

      This is a call for EDITING Jim Peterson Achievement Award nominations.

      NOTE: While anyone may recommend changes to the nominee list, only
      nominators
      or nominees can authorize changes to their respective nomination(s). All
      recommendations, comments and/or observations must be addressed PRIVATELY to
      Glenn Bernasek. (See addresses below.)

      This will NOT be an open forum for public discussion of the Jim Peterson
      Achievement Award nominations.


      THIS IS NOT A BALLOT! THIS IS NOT A BALLOT! THIS IS NOT A BALLOT!

      DO NOT VOTE AT THIS TIME! DO NOT VOTE AT THIS TIME!


      NOMINEE ACHIEVEMENT(S)

      TI-99/4A Category:

      Torben Karsten Andersen His TI demo web site has been an inspiration
      to
      programming TI’ers.

      *Glenn Bernasek For his efforts in promoting and
      overseeing
      the Jim Peterson Awards.

      Cory Burr For his “Win994a” TI-99/4A
      Simulator.

      Tom Freeman Long time member of the LA 99’ers who
      authored “Checksum”.

      Rich Gilbertson For his efforts and achievements
      with the RXB module/program.



      Myarc "Geneve" 9640 Category:

      Mi Kyung Kim Posthumously, for her creation of the
      Myarc
      “Geneve” 9640 “SWAN” logo. Mi Kyung Kim was
      killed during the deadly Long Island subway
      shootings in 1993.

      Harold Mayo For providing valuable services via
      his Geneve
      operated “Orphanage BBS”.

      Don O’Neil For maintaining and updating the
      WHT web site
      storage of historic documentation for the
      Myarc “Geneve” 9640.



      SPECIAL NOTES:

      A. This is a one month editing period, during December, 2006, in
      which corrections and/or deletions to the posted list of nominees may
      be authorized ONLY by the nominators and/or nominees in their respective
      nominations. (DO NOT VOTE. THIS IS NOT A BALLOT.)

      All corrections or recommendations MUST be submitted PRIVATELY to:
      Glenn Bernasek
      JPA Administrator
      13246 Harper Road
      Strongsville, Ohio 44149-3942
      USA
      - or –

      E-mail directly to: GBBasics@...


      B. Voting will commence January 1, 2007 and conclude midnight (USA,
      Eastern Daylight time) April 30, 2007.

      *Note: To remove any conflict of interest, votes will not be sent to,
      collected, tabulated or reported by Glenn Bernasek.





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