f



Bits to give away

Reluctantly, well may be not so, as I need the space for my sons model
railway (I say it is for him) I have the following going spare


A5000 x 2 including various software, hand held scanner etc
possibily RiscPC


To any home, transport cost to be covered by recipients.


Located in Builth Wells, Herefordshire / Powys Border, but could
deliver to Birmingham area this weekend or Bristol at some point before

Xmas. 


replys to john@REMOVE_3jays.me.uk 


Regards 


John

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In article <1133288673.740384.9540@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com>,
   tarlachmoorhouse <john.moorhouse@gmail.com> wrote:
> Reluctantly, well may be not so, as I need the space for my sons model
> railway (I say it is for him) I have the following going spare

> A5000 x 2 including various software, hand held scanner etc
> possibily RiscPC

> Located in Builth Wells, Herefordshire / Powys Border, but could
> deliver to Birmingham area this weekend or Bristol at some point before
> Xmas.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Phil: Since you  are probably going to the NEC this weekend????

Why not retain the computers and use them for timetable or track plan
displays? (Artworks is ideal for that) -perhaps replace a CRT monitor with
an LCD TV/monitor?

-- 
            Phil Spiegelhalter: Phil@fillin.co.uk 
        ==== Technical Training for Broadcasters =====
*RE CUE Mobile DV Multi-Camera Production and Non-Linear Editing*
 

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Phil9087 (35)
11/29/2005 9:57:01 PM
In article
<1133288673.740384.9540@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com>,
   tarlachmoorhouse <john.moorhouse@gmail.com> wrote:

> A5000 x 2 including various software, hand held scanner
> etc possibily RiscPC

Another 2 A5000s here in West Cumbria going free too. (I
just cannot face the tought of taking them to the tip).

-- 
Russell

http://www.russell-hafter-holidays.co.uk
Russell Hafter Holidays         E-mail to enquiries at our domain
Holiday specialists for Germany, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic
  Tel 01946 861652                     Fax 01946 862085
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see.sig7767 (1966)
11/30/2005 11:36:47 AM
If only it wasn't so expensive to ship these computer to belgium.Here
we have a Riscos drougth

0
12/1/2005 2:13:10 PM
In article
<1133446390.229550.226400@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>,
   highlandcattle <atarianallstar@yahoo.com> wrote:

> If only it wasn't so expensive to ship these computer to
> belgium.Here we have a Riscos drougth

Where in Belgium?

I shall be seeing relatives from Overijse in just over a
weeks time...

No monitors - just the main A5000 boxes and keyboards and mice.

-- 
Russell

http://www.russell-hafter-holidays.co.uk
Russell Hafter Holidays         E-mail to enquiries at our domain
Holiday specialists for Germany, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic
  Tel 01946 861652                     Fax 01946 862085
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see.sig7767 (1966)
12/1/2005 2:42:36 PM
In message <1133446390.229550.226400@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>
          "highlandcattle" <atarianallstar@yahoo.com> wrote:

> If only it wasn't so expensive to ship these computer to belgium.Here
> we have a Riscos drougth

There's such a drought here in France too. If anyone wants to drop their RISC
OS computer around Lyon, I'd be grateful. It gives me a heartbreak everytime
an Acorn computer is planned to go to the skip :(

-- 
J�r�me Mathevet
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12/1/2005 8:07:46 PM
In message <4dd1e532d7see.sig@walkingingermany.invalid>
          Russell Hafter News <see.sig@walkingingermany.invalid> 
wrote:

> In article
> <1133288673.740384.9540@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com>,
>    tarlachmoorhouse <john.moorhouse@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> A5000 x 2 including various software, hand held scanner
>> etc possibily RiscPC
> 
> Another 2 A5000s here in West Cumbria going free too. (I
> just cannot face the tought of taking them to the tip).

One here too. (Ayrshire)

Slainte

Liz


-- 
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invalid6449 (509)
12/2/2005 4:41:33 PM
In article <20d197d24d%speedsterh@straciatella.my.home>, Jerome Mathevet
<jerome.mathevet@fsdfsfree.fr> wrote:
> 
> In message <1133446390.229550.226400@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>
>           "highlandcattle" <atarianallstar@yahoo.com> wrote:
> 
> > If only it wasn't so expensive to ship these computer to belgium.Here
> > we have a Riscos drougth
> 
> There's such a drought here in France too. If anyone wants to drop their
> RISC
> OS computer around Lyon, I'd be grateful. It gives me a heartbreak
> everytime
> an Acorn computer is planned to go to the skip :(
> 
> -- 
> J�r�me Mathevet

Reading the above almost breaks my heart also. Here are some thoughts.

1. I live between Gloucester and Chepstow near Lydney.
   I have space to store some stuff for a limited period - say 1 year.

2. I am not far from Builth Wells and, if it not too late, could pick up
stuff.

3. A friend often visits the WWI war zone. I think that a lot of this is in
Belgium. With a bit of networking of the real, practical kind, it may be
possible for me to get some stuff to Belgium at low cost. What sorts of
costs are we talking about anyway, for normal mail ?
4. Re. networking, could this be a possible way of getting stuff from here
to there ? Whilst we RISCOS folk may be thin on the ground, we may not be so
thin as to render the idea impossible, even so far as Lyon or Ayrshire.
5. Has anyone reading this got an idea of where we  RISCOS folk are located
? I seem to remember that there was some project to do that.

John N.
> 
> 

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john.nolan (243)
12/15/2005 5:12:54 PM
In article <na.a4bd824dd9.a80620john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk>,
   John Nolan <john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk> wrote:

> Has anyone reading this got an idea of where we  RISCOS folk are located
> ? I seem to remember that there was some project to do that.

It would be easier if everyone included a rough location in their sig.

John

-- 
John Williams, Wirral, Merseyside, UK - no attachments to these addresses!
Non-RISC OS posters change user to johnrwilliams or put 'risc' in subject
for reliable contact! Who is John Williams? http://www.picindex.info/author/ 
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UCEbin (2771)
12/16/2005 11:58:48 AM
In article <4dda2473cdUCEbin@tiscali.co.uk>,
   John Williams (News) <UCEbin@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> In article <na.a4bd824dd9.a80620john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk>,
>    John Nolan <john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk> wrote:

> > Has anyone reading this got an idea of where we  RISCOS folk are
> > located ? I seem to remember that there was some project to do that.

Sounds interesting...  I can picture an ImageMap on a website somewhere,
with little green Acorn logos where one of us is located, each linking
to a page containing whatever info that person was willing to have put
on a public website.

> It would be easier if everyone included a rough location in their sig.

That is in itself a good idea -- now done here.

-- 
John Ward in Medway, Kent
Using RISC OS since 1987, now on Iyonix, A9home, 2 RiscPCs & VirtualRPC!
Acorn/RISC OS web page: www.john-ward.org.uk/personal/john/computers
Read my "Councilling RISC OS" series in Qercus, from Issue 276 onward
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john6145 (907)
12/16/2005 12:59:26 PM
In message <4dda2473cdUCEbin@tiscali.co.uk>
          "John Williams (News)" <UCEbin@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:

> In article <na.a4bd824dd9.a80620john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk>,
>    John Nolan <john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk> wrote:
> 
>> Has anyone reading this got an idea of where we  RISCOS folk are located
>> ? I seem to remember that there was some project to do that.
> 
> It would be easier if everyone included a rough location in their sig.

Like Chapeltown or Moss Side, you mean?

Alan
(currently in beautiful Brum)

-- 
RISC OS - you know it makes cents
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spamhater1 (1060)
12/16/2005 1:40:05 PM
In article <b7dc2dda4d.spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk>,
   Alan Wrigley <spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk> wrote:

> Like Chapeltown or Moss Side, you mean?

Perhaps with a qualifying Lancs or Greater Manchester to avoid ambiguity?

How often do you see someone wanting or offering something, but with little
or no clue as to even what country they're in?

I'll resist going on about the brief-bio link on this occasion, except to
say even VinceH has one now when posting from home!

John

-- 
John Williams, Wirral, Merseyside, UK - no attachments to these addresses!
Non-RISC OS posters change user to johnrwilliams or put 'risc' in subject
for reliable contact! Who is John Williams? http://www.picindex.info/author/ 
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UCEbin (2771)
12/16/2005 2:11:24 PM
In message <4dda3096edUCEbin@tiscali.co.uk>
          "John Williams (News)" <UCEbin@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:

> In article <b7dc2dda4d.spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk>,
>    Alan Wrigley <spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk> wrote:
> 
>> Like Chapeltown or Moss Side, you mean?
> 
> Perhaps with a qualifying Lancs or Greater Manchester to avoid ambiguity?

The whole point about rough locations is that everyone's heard of 
them!

Alan

-- 
RISC OS - you know it makes cents
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spamhater1 (1060)
12/16/2005 2:25:27 PM
In article <4dda3096edUCEbin@tiscali.co.uk>,
   John Williams (News) <UCEbin@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> In article <b7dc2dda4d.spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk>,
>    Alan Wrigley <spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk> wrote:

> > Like Chapeltown or Moss Side, you mean?

> Perhaps with a qualifying Lancs or Greater Manchester to avoid
> ambiguity?

Why not just the first part of a postcode? I must admit to a southerner,
Chapeltown and Moss Side don't mean a lot.


Cheers,

Ray D

-- 

Ray Dawson
ray@magray.freeserve.co.uk
MagRay - the audio & braille specialists
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Ray6068 (3130)
12/16/2005 2:37:47 PM
In article <060432da4d.spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk>,
   Alan Wrigley <spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk> wrote:
> In message <4dda3096edUCEbin@tiscali.co.uk>
>           "John Williams (News)" <UCEbin@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:

> > In article
> >    <b7dc2dda4d.spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk>, Alan
> >    Wrigley <spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk> wrote:
> > 
> >> Like Chapeltown or Moss Side, you mean?
> > 
> > Perhaps with a qualifying Lancs or Greater Manchester to avoid
> > ambiguity?

> The whole point about rough locations is that everyone's heard of 
> them!

Yup: "White Road Estate" are three words that, around here, will send
shivers up anyone's spine...

I think the place name and county (and, if overseas, the country) should
be sufficient.  Even we Brits can include the country if necessary, but
on an English language group this might be thought superfluous.

Or it might not(!)

-- 
John Ward in Medway, Kent - using RISC OS since 1987
Now using an Iyonix, an A9home, 2 RiscPCs and Virtual-RPC!
Acorn/RISC OS web page: www.john-ward.org.uk/personal/john/computers
Read my "Councilling RISC OS" series in Qercus, from Issue 276 onward
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john6145 (907)
12/16/2005 3:04:00 PM
In article <4dda332537Ray@raydawson.com>,
   Ray Dawson <Ray@magray.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:
> Why not just the first part of a postcode? I must admit to a southerner,
> Chapeltown and Moss Side don't mean a lot.

Southerner!! Everyone is 'up north' from here! ;-)

I must confess I've not heard of Chapeltown, but am aware of Moss Side
purely because I was staying in a Hotel up there a year or so back when we
were installing servers in all the schools in Manchester.

Didn't seem as bad as I'd been led to believe - although we did nearly get
into a fight with some locals when we were discussing the merits of various
real ales in a local bar!!
Northern woosies didn't know what a decent ale[1] was.... ;-)

Paul
[1] NOT Boddingtons OR NBA. :-)

-- 
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                           (` o-o ')        the Universe
http://www.vigay.com -----ooO-(_)-Ooo------ & Everything ------
(email address is genuine, to fool junkmailers)

If we aren't supposed to eat animals, why are they made of meat?
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12/16/2005 3:41:47 PM
In message <4dda353aa9john@acornusers.org>
          John M Ward <john@acornusers.org> wrote:


> I think the place name and county (and, if overseas, the country) should
> be sufficient.  Even we Brits can include the country if necessary, but
> on an English language group this might be thought superfluous.
> 
> Or it might not(!)

I think Slainte covers it ;-P

Liz


-- 
Virtual Liz:  http://www.v-liz.com
Kenya; Tanzania; Namibia; India; Seychelles; Galapagos
Photo blog of Make Povery History rally in Edinburgh 2 July 2005:
http://www.v-liz.com/g8rally/protest.htm
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invalid6449 (509)
12/16/2005 4:16:27 PM
In article <4dda298ef2john@acornusers.org>,
   John M Ward <john@acornusers.org> wrote:
> In article <4dda2473cdUCEbin@tiscali.co.uk>,
>    John Williams (News) <UCEbin@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> > In article <na.a4bd824dd9.a80620john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk>,
> >    John Nolan <john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk> wrote:

> > > Has anyone reading this got an idea of where we  RISCOS
> > > folk are located ? I seem to remember that there was
> > > some project to do that.

> Sounds interesting...  I can picture an ImageMap on a
> website somewhere, with little green Acorn logos where one
> of us is located, each linking to a page containing
> whatever info that person was willing to have put on a
> public website.

> > It would be easier if everyone included a rough location
> > in their sig.

> That is in itself a good idea -- now done here.

Google Earth? But the base program only runs on a PC... drat

-- 
besters
Ned

(this email address is unused) 



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news6011 (114)
12/16/2005 4:36:25 PM
In message <4dda39015cusenet-nospam@segfault.co.uk>
          pv <usenet-nospam@segfault.co.uk> wrote:

> In article <4dda332537Ray@raydawson.com>,
>    Ray Dawson <Ray@magray.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:
> > Why not just the first part of a postcode? I must admit to a southerner,
> > Chapeltown and Moss Side don't mean a lot.
> 
> Southerner!! Everyone is 'up north' from here! ;-)
> 
> I must confess I've not heard of Chapeltown, but am aware of Moss Side
> purely because I was staying in a Hotel up there a year or so back when we
> were installing servers in all the schools in Manchester.
> 
> Didn't seem as bad as I'd been led to believe - although we did nearly get
> into a fight with some locals when we were discussing the merits of various
> real ales in a local bar!!
> Northern woosies didn't know what a decent ale[1] was.... ;-)
> 
> Paul
> [1] NOT Boddingtons OR NBA. :-)
> 

As a now civilised ex-southerner I rather think that statement is going
to cause some merriment north of Watford. I site the muck Gales produce
as evidence.

Richard
-- 
www.beamends-lrspares.co.uk       sales@beamends-lrspares.co.uk
Running a business in a Microsoft free environment - it can be done
Powered by Risc-OS - you won't get a virus from us!!
Boycott the Yorkshire Dales - No Play, No Pay
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beamendsltd (507)
12/16/2005 4:37:37 PM
Ned Abell <news@weatherpost.org.uk>:

[...]

> Google Earth? But the base program only runs on a PC... drat

Or on a Mac now.

b.

-- 
Enjoy responsibly.                                    <URL:http://bas.me.uk/>
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bas72 (726)
12/16/2005 5:17:15 PM
In message <4dda332537Ray@raydawson.com>
          Ray Dawson <Ray@magray.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:

> In article <4dda3096edUCEbin@tiscali.co.uk>,
>    John Williams (News) <UCEbin@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> > In article <b7dc2dda4d.spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk>,
> >    Alan Wrigley <spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk> wrote:
> 
> > > Like Chapeltown or Moss Side, you mean?
> 
> > Perhaps with a qualifying Lancs or Greater Manchester to avoid
> > ambiguity?
> 
> Why not just the first part of a postcode? I must admit to a southerner,
> Chapeltown and Moss Side don't mean a lot.

To non-UK people, postcodes are not a lot of help. Mine is 3080 but you'd
need to be Belgian to recognise it as Tervuren.

The various Calais-Dover ferries are quite cheap if you book on-line and
travel off-peak.

Wendy
-- 
Please change 'newsgrps' to my full name, no punctuation.

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newsgrps1 (525)
12/16/2005 5:38:22 PM
In article <4dda2473cdUCEbin@tiscali.co.uk>,
   John Williams (News) <UCEbin@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> In article <na.a4bd824dd9.a80620john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk>,
>    John Nolan <john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk> wrote:

> > Has anyone reading this got an idea of where we  RISCOS folk are located
> > ? I seem to remember that there was some project to do that.

> It would be easier if everyone included a rough location in their sig.

> John

I think there's a clue in mine :-)

-- 
Stuart Winsor

From is valid but subject to change without notice if it gets spammed.

For Barn dances and folk evenings in the Coventry and Warwickshire area
See: http://www.barndance.org.uk
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SW_NOSPAM (1409)
12/16/2005 6:00:19 PM
In message <d52d3cda4d.ri48000239@liz13.uklinux.net>
          Liz <invalid@v-liz.co.uk> wrote:

> In message <4dda353aa9john@acornusers.org>
>           John M Ward <john@acornusers.org> wrote:
> 
> 
>> I think the place name and county (and, if overseas, the country) should
>> be sufficient.  Even we Brits can include the country if necessary, but
>> on an English language group this might be thought superfluous.
>> 
>> Or it might not(!)
> 
> I think Slainte covers it ;-P

Or it might not(!)

-- 
Ian Wolfe.
Linlithgow. Birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Blessed are the peacemakers.

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ian81 (117)
12/16/2005 7:23:47 PM
In article <d52d3cda4d.ri48000239@liz13.uklinux.net>,
   Liz <invalid@v-liz.co.uk> wrote:
> In message <4dda353aa9john@acornusers.org>
>           John M Ward <john@acornusers.org> wrote:


> > I think the place name and county (and, if overseas, the country) should
> > be sufficient.  Even we Brits can include the country if necessary, but
> > on an English language group this might be thought superfluous.
> > 
> > Or it might not(!)

> I think Slainte covers it ;-P

Now, I thought you came from a non-G�lic speaking part of the country....

-- 
From KT24 - in "leafy" Surrey

Using a RISC OS5 computer
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charles7889 (2007)
12/16/2005 7:32:33 PM
In article <d52d3cda4d.ri48000239@liz13.uklinux.net>,
   Liz <invalid@v-liz.co.uk> wrote:
> In message <4dda353aa9john@acornusers.org>
>           John M Ward <john@acornusers.org> wrote:

> > I think the place name and county (and, if overseas, the country)
> > should be sufficient.  Even we Brits can include the country if
> > necessary, but on an English language group this might be thought
> > superfluous.
> > 
> > Or it might not(!)

> I think Slainte covers it ;-P

I can't find it on any of my maps.

-- 
John Ward in Medway, Kent - using RISC OS since 1987
Now using an Iyonix, an A9home, 2 RiscPCs and Virtual-RPC!
Acorn/RISC OS web page: www.john-ward.org.uk/personal/john/computers
Read my "Councilling RISC OS" series in Qercus, from Issue 276 onward
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john6145 (907)
12/16/2005 7:47:23 PM
In article <4dda39015cusenet-nospam@segfault.co.uk>, pv
<usenet-nospam@segfault.co.uk> wrote:
> In article <4dda332537Ray@raydawson.com>, Ray Dawson
>    <Ray@magray.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:
> > Why not just the first part of a postcode? I must admit to a
> > southerner, Chapeltown and Moss Side don't mean a lot.

> Southerner!! Everyone is 'up north' from here! ;-)

> I must confess I've not heard of Chapeltown,

It is where the 'Yorkshire Ripper' started his grisly career.

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evanallen (387)
12/16/2005 8:55:19 PM
In article <13f13cda4d%beamendsltd@btconnect.com>,
   beamendsltd <beamendsltd@btconnect.com> wrote:
> As a now civilised ex-southerner I rather think that statement is going
> to cause some merriment north of Watford. I site the muck Gales produce
> as evidence.

Why have they got round to saying "Sold  you out" on the web site?

Or possibly "dear customers, we are so glad you paid to keep the family
well supplied with dosh, and as a mark of respect we have only sold the
brewery for twice the going rate for the shares to a brewer that is giving
no guarantees that they will continue brewing here.
Wishing our former employees a nervous Christmas and a panic stricken new
year."

0
12/16/2005 9:18:49 PM
"John Williams (News)" <UCEbin@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> In article
> <b7dc2dda4d.spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk>,
>    Alan Wrigley <spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk>
wrote:
 
> > Like Chapeltown or Moss Side, you mean?
 
> Perhaps with a qualifying Lancs or Greater Manchester to avoid
> ambiguity?

Don't worry Alan - *someone* got the joke. :-)

[...]
 
> I'll resist going on about the brief-bio link on this occasion,
> except to say even VinceH has one now when posting from home!

s/from home/from his RISC OS box/ [1]

(I'm just too lazy to copy the sigs accross or recreate them on
this machine).

I no longer have an internet connection at home, so I switched to
using the laptop for news/mail on the basis that I can fetch/send
using the connection at one of my regular haunts and read/reply at
home.

However, it isn't unknown for me to accidentally fetch/send from
home using an insecure wireless connection my laptop has
discovered - but this only happens when I accidentally put the
laptop in the exact spot on my desk where the connection is
sometimes accidentally picked up.

[1] Which, it must be said, I'd much rather be using. Gemini isn't
a patch on Pluto, IMO.

VinceH
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spam5752 (1717)
12/16/2005 11:02:58 PM
In article <4dda2473cdUCEbin@tiscali.co.uk>, "John Williams (News)"
<UCEbin@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> It would be easier if everyone included a rough location in their sig.

Well, I agree. It is just that I haven't round to it yet re-News(Agent). I
have forgotten where I need to change it.

J.N.

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john.nolan (243)
12/17/2005 12:38:36 AM
In article <b7dc2dda4d.spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk>, Alan
Wrigley <spamhater@keepyourfilthyspamtoyourself.co.uk> wrote:
> Alan
> (currently in beautiful Brum)

Please excuse - off topic !!  X-|

Alan, so glad to see your're still around. TextAid is a real boon. I have
used it all the time for 8 or 9 (?) years and never had to change the oil.

A big thank you.

If you ever feel like driving in the Lydney direction. Come and see us.

John N. 

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   / \._._ |_  _     _  /'       Orpheus Internet Services
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john.nolan (243)
12/17/2005 12:42:52 AM
Quoting from message <d52d3cda4d.ri48000239@liz13.uklinux.net>
 posted on 16 Dec 2005 by Liz
 I would like to add:

> In message <4dda353aa9john@acornusers.org>
>           John M Ward <john@acornusers.org> wrote:
> 
> 
>> I think the place name and county (and, if overseas, the country) should
>> be sufficient.  Even we Brits can include the country if necessary, but
>> on an English language group this might be thought superfluous.
>> 
>> Or it might not(!)
> 
> I think Slainte covers it ;-P

Twll d... perhaps[1] [2]

[1] I think there are more First Language Welsh than Scottish Gaelic 
(not sure about Irish and I think Cornish/Kernow has no longer any 
first language speakers but is being taught)

[2] being Yorkshire born and bred my response is "Tha reckons?"

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elaine (193)
12/17/2005 1:34:53 AM
In article <4dda2473cdUCEbin@tiscali.co.uk>,
   John Williams (News) <UCEbin@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> In article <na.a4bd824dd9.a80620john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk>,
>    John Nolan <john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk> wrote:

> > Has anyone reading this got an idea of where we  RISCOS folk are located
> > ? I seem to remember that there was some project to do that.

> It would be easier if everyone included a rough location in their sig.

> John

You mean like this?

Peter

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12/17/2005 7:41:13 AM
In article <4dda90d81apeter.gillett@ukgateway.net>,
   Peter Gillett <peter.gillett@ukgateway.net> wrote:

> You mean like this?

Perfick!

John

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UCEbin (2771)
12/17/2005 8:58:08 AM
In article <gemini.irm57r00a048o02zg.spam@softrock.co.uk>,
   VinceH <spam@softrock.co.uk> wrote:

> Don't worry Alan - *someone* got the joke. :-)

I wasn't going to tell him.

John

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UCEbin (2771)
12/17/2005 9:02:56 AM
In article <4dda39015cusenet-nospam@segfault.co.uk>,
   pv <usenet-nospam@segfault.co.uk> wrote:

> Southerner!! Everyone is 'up north' from here! ;-)

Not quite everyone. Even you are a northerner to some of us!

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richt (90)
12/17/2005 12:03:06 PM
On 16 Dec 2005 as I do recall,
          John Williams (News) wrote:

> In article <na.a4bd824dd9.a80620john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk>,
>    John Nolan <john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk> wrote:
> 
> > Has anyone reading this got an idea of where we  RISCOS folk are located
> > ? I seem to remember that there was some project to do that.
> 
> It would be easier if everyone included a rough location in their sig.
> 
Tried it, but it looks awful - especially with short taglines.   :-(

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bazley (1305)
12/18/2005 1:50:31 AM
In article <9892f4da4d.harriet@freeuk.com>, Harriet Bazley
<bazley@feathermail.co.uk> wrote:
> > In article <na.a4bd824dd9.a80620john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk>,
> >    John Nolan <john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk> wrote:
> > 
> > > Has anyone reading this got an idea of where we  RISCOS folk are
> located
> > > ? I seem to remember that there was some project to do that.
> > 
> > It would be easier if everyone included a rough location in their sig.
> > 
> Tried it, but it looks awful - especially with short taglines.   :-(

Well, having raised the subject, I thought I'd better do something about it
myself. I hope that this "improvement" comes through.

BTW, Harriet, am I right in thinking ==  Loyaulte me lie == = Loyalty binds
me ?

I hope I shall always be able to stick with our beloved platform. I just
wish I could do something to get TopModel going again. It was an excellent
3D grapics program, but needs support.




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john.nolan (243)
12/18/2005 7:41:13 AM
John Nolan <john.nolan@orpheusmail.co.uk>:

[...]

> Well, having raised the subject, I thought I'd better do something about it
> myself. I hope that this "improvement" comes through.

Your .signature file shouldn't really be more than four lines. :)

> BTW, Harriet, am I right in thinking ==  Loyaulte me lie == = Loyalty binds
> me ?

Indeed.  The motto of Richard III, if memory serves.

b.

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bas72 (726)
12/19/2005 4:23:23 PM
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