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Geek pins

Dan (and anyone else interested)

The idea of the 'geek' pin is so we can find each other in a group... or so
we have a jumping off place to brag about Iris-L to the cyber-challenged.

The pin is actually bright yellow heavy paper upon which I print your name
and Iris-L address.  A stamp of a stylized JI and the legend "Iris in
Cyberspace" finishes the look.  I then laminate, slap a pinback on the
reverse, and you are 'pinned'.

All I need is a request, your snailmail address..... and a stamp or two if
you're in the mood.

Kathy Guest

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