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Re: GSC 00279 00321 paper
That's not a bad idea. I feel like such a beginner that it didn't ever
occur to me to try to present it to the AAVSO. Since they limit you to
like 10 min. or something, perhaps I should? Let me mull that over.
PS - No hard feelings if anyone says "get my damn name off your paper!" ;)
On Friday, June 7, 2002, at 03:18 PM, James Bedient wrote:
> Mike K. Wrote:
>> 6. The ASCII format seems like the way to go vs. TeX. Congrats on your
>> paper, Jim! I neglected to add you by name to my acknowledgments but I
>> will remedy that.
> Yipes! Please don't worry about that - A couple of general e-mails is all
> I've contributed!
>> to check some Harvard plates maybe. I'm not that patient so I'm thinking
>> will send this off within the next few weeks pending more input from
>> I just need to get this first one under my belt. It sounds like we will
>> have plenty more to write!
> If you're coming to AAVSO, why don't you bring it along - a lot of smart
> experienced people you can talk to there. In fact, you could even do a
> presentation during the scientific sessions, I think you have until the
> to get on the schedule. That would get a lot of people discussing it with
> you. Get some good stuff scratched on napkins, as Tom D. says.
> Jim B.