Re: [xxcopy] Kan- Just wondering
- View SourceWell said Rich..
The thing is that I feel that it needs to be said by a hell of a lot more
I was brought up, well, drug up, to express my Thanks, to anyone/something,
to whom they or them had provided me with a service.
I consider that making one's life just a tad less complicates, in the shape
of XXCOPY and XXCLONE, both fall into that category.
I say it once again.
Sincere Thanks to Kan and His TEAM.
Whoever they are wherever they are, for the skill and talent and
preservation to keep going to provide both products.
To them all. Sincere thanks
Kindest and Warmest Regards
----- Original Message -----
From: "yodaslo" <yodaslo@...>
Sent: Saturday, November 01, 2003 4:11 AM
Subject: [xxcopy] Kan- Just wondering
> Hello Kan,
> As Pat pointed out in message 6020, we really never have heard of
> the 'behind the scenes' crew you work with.
> I for one would like to commend them as well on the evolution of
> XXcopy and its successful running so far.
> Not only did XXcopy do what many of us needed it to do when we signed
> on so long ago, but it has progressed into some of our best "wish it
> could do this" software, as you've matured it so it really could do
> You and your team have surpassed, by far, any hopes I had when I
> started using XXcopy to clone, and it has 3 times now rescued me due
> to the clone operation making a failsafe bootable Win98 back up disk.
> The most I've ever lost is 2 hours of work when a drive failed 2
> hours after cloning.
> Please enlighten us as to the behind the scenes crew if they don't
> mind. Or if they do mind, how about a general statement of how big a
> group, or small, or even how old, they are?
> They, and you, and some of your "user support team members" here who
> are very helpful to this group (and we know who they are just by the
> number of replies the post with answers) are to be all commended.
> I started reading and I joined the group at around message 500. I'm
> 42. This discussion group is the only group I've ever participated
> in, and also the only one I've ever read all 6000+ messages in, and
> it's also the only group I've ever posted to.
> Although I don't understand the technicalities of 1/2 of the
> messages, I don't need to.. just yet. I just need ot remember "oh
> yeah, I saw that there at some point" when I run into an XXcopy
> problem, or when I have a 'brainy' idea for an addition to my backup
> and protection scheme that is always being tweaked better because
> XXcopy advanced yet again with another 'can't do without' switch.
> Also, how many times has XXcopy changed in versions, where new
> features have been added since its conception and seperation from the
> DATMAN area?
> Not knowing about the crew is fine if you prefer, but for me, knowing
> a little about the design/programming crew adds more depth to the
> group as a living entity, and not just another dull technical
> bulletin posted on some site or other.
> Thank you again to you and your crew.
> I also must commend you as well for not "Microsoft-ing" the price of
> XXcopy to what's it really worth. After all, I'm sure you know the
> price of something is more often than not based on the value of the
> item and not just the item. For me, the value of my data, some
> irreplaceable, is far more than the license fee you ask.
> A very satisfied and long term group member and faithful XXcopy user,
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- View Source--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Kan Yabumoto <tech@x> wrote:
> I run a company. This company is made of sales andI take it that the dog is in the Run & Dig department <g>.
> marketing (sale@x...), the R & D department
> which is responsible in designing the products,
> programming, debugging, and maintaining the programs
> (tech@x...), and all other common corporate
> functions such as technical support, taking orders,
> writing invoices, and, oh yes, giving hell to
> telemarketing calls, etc., etc.
> In order to run the company "efficiently", one
> person does many things in this company.
> I believe "our" company runs with the ultimate
> efficiency in this regard :-)
> Let me also add that if you hang around this group
> long enough, you will eventually know everyone
> in our company.