DIGI'pix going through Hosta-open --"files under 20K'bytes be okay?" OR NOT!
- Subject: DIGI'pix going through Hosta-open --"files under 20K'bytes be okay?" OR NOT!
- From: Bill Nash <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 01 Jan 2002 13:38:59 -0500
At 03:07 PM 12/31/2001, Ransom Lydell wrote: <<"
Yep Bill, Looks like about a max. of 24
inches on the car. I am at a loss to figure out where the other
five feet went to ! Happy New Year Ran"
Ran Lydell et al ...the snow-on-car pix, sent via
hosta-open, was what my car looked like, after being parked outside (for
only eight hours, on Dec 27th) -- there was three days of continual snow
coming down in Buffalo ..right? :)
...just before leaving, (December 29th) your'Weatherchannel (via'TV?)
reported just over 84 inches of snow fell at Buffalo Airport, since
Christmas. Upon arrival back home, it was snowing here also; and I
guess it is about time, since I could certainly use a nice snow-covering
over the perennials & stuff I grow -- don't you think?
RE: Attaching Digi-pix on emails sent into hosta-open? ..I don't know, if
it is a rule of thumb thing; to not do this, or what; however, by my
testing of the hosta-open list-server, I find that: all digital images
BEING 20,000 bytes (or less) by their disk size = do get served to the
membership quite nicely?
I am curious, to know though -- what is the official policy at HOSTA-OPEN
regarding digi-pix attachments coming through it -- perhaps a Moderator
might tell us? BTW...I'm attaching a digi-pix, showing our arrival
at the Sheraton hotel Dec 27th; a traveller leaving the main
front-entrance, after shovelling himself out -- I loved watching him get
"on the road again" (roads were still open for travel at this
point?) Hope you find it amusing and...
BEST TO ALL, in all 2002 seasons
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