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Re: Re: R&I

Hi All,

There is another side to the CD issue.  Like 78 RPM's and then 45's and then
tapes of different sizes.  If we commit to CD's and the method goes out we
will need to update the material and medium.

Also, there are many aging members who do not have nor are they interested
in having a computer.  Too bad for them because they could broaden their
horizons as they become less active.  Just looking at iris would lighten
their day.  It does mine.  But some are stubborn.

And finally what exactly is the status of the current printed material?
When can we look for a different medium?

Char, New Berlin, WI
----- Original Message -----
From: "mary ferguson" <cferguson@conpoint.com>
To: <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2003 8:26 PM
Subject: Re: [iris] Re: R&I

> where that is leading to! How about R&I's with pictures.
> >
> > I have suggested to several board members over the last two years we use
> the
> > approach be taken by AHS, and was told that they did not want to hurt
> sales of
> > the printed books. If the CD's were to undermine sales of the published
> books
> > then the Society might not be able to unload them. It is a shame that we
> are
> > not more concerned about giving the members what they want!
> >
> > Glenn Grigg, Raleigh, NC Zone 7
> Amen to that Glenn....I agree 100%....Mary in Nebraska
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