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I have no idea what just happened previously! Here's the short form.

> George, your note sent shivvers down my spine.
>
>   GATHER ye rosebuds while ye may,     Old Time is still a-flying:   And
> this same flower that smiles to-day     To-morrow will be dying.
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> -- Robert Herrick. 15911674
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> So now... we're back to books!
>
> clark
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>   On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 11:44 AM, George Brock-Nannestad <
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>> From: Patent Tactics, George Brock-Nannestad
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>>
>> Hello, Thomas Stern wrote:
>>
>> > The quality of the OCR version of the Gramophone archive scanned pages
>> > leaves much to be desired.
>> > Does anyone know how to VIEW the actual scanned page?  Clicking on it
>> simply
>> > brings up another window with the same
>> > ocr version and image.  I've been unable to find a way to view and
>> enlarge
>> > the scanned image.
>>
>> ----- there is no way. It was too good to be true. Anybody who really
>> needed
>> the access and who was not diligent enough to take what they needed while
>> it
>> was there, has shown too much trust. Those who skipped their bound paper
>> volumes of the Gramophone showed too much trust. There does not seem to be
>> a
>> very good reason, but try to see
>>
>> http://www.gramophone.co.uk/forum/about-the-site/view-as-pdf-not-working
>>
>> From this and other experiences I have learnt to grab what there is while
>> it
>> is there. Do you really think that Billboard will stay up? Do your
>> research
>> on it as a first priority.
>>
>> Kind regards,
>>
>>
>> George
>>
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