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Re: new format for books


I had plenty of time early in the day yesterday and noticed little traffic,
but then I got pretty busy and just now had time to check the list.

I use my software references differently than I do my books.  I use software
for easy transfer of the information - text and pics.  But if it's for my
own knowledge, I prefer books.  However, you're right - space is a
consideration.  I have 2 huge binders of CES publications from my MG course.
I rarely refer to them, but need to keep them on hand.  Well, our Hort Ed
just had almost all the pubs put on a CD in pdf.  Just may get rid of those
3 ring binders.

Kitty

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna " <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, August 20, 2003 10:06 PM
Subject: [CHAT] new format for books


> Well either this group is down for the count or no one has anything to
> say... so! :)
>
> Concerning those large reference books we all have. Noticing more are
> going to a cd or dvd type format. Anyone buying these? They obviously
> take up much less space in our homes, but are they as thorough?
>
> Of course, if a particular one is exceptional, I would love to hear
> about it. BUT, these messages are archived, so if you are not happy with
> the content of one, I would not really post that fact either. I am
> guessing that a no comment would also state something too...
>
> Confused! Yep, me too and I wrote it! :)
>
> Donna
>
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