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Message 15070 · Fred Collins · 12 Dec 1998 23:15:32 · Top

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Hi,

Could anyone please advise me as to the Gaelic translation for "Merry
Christmas & Happy New Year" ?
If so, could you please advise me as to the pronunciation? My students are
interested.

Also, I have attached information on the latest Scottish Accent CD.

Hope you enjoy!

Thanks

Kathy & Fred

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Message 15075 · Dianna Shipman · 13 Dec 1998 02:03:04 · Top

I couldn't open your attachment - was referred to My Computer, view, folder
options - but don't have a clue what to do after that to open it.
Thanks
Dianna Shipman
Houston, Texas
-----Original Message-----
From: Fred Collins <frasecol@netcom.ca>
To: strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de
<strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de>;
strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de
<strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de>
Date: Saturday, December 12, 1998 3:28 PM
Subject: New Recording

>
>Hi,
>
>Could anyone please advise me as to the Gaelic translation for "Merry
>Christmas & Happy New Year" ?
>If so, could you please advise me as to the pronunciation? My students are
>interested.
>
>Also, I have attached information on the latest Scottish Accent CD.
>
>Hope you enjoy!
>
>Thanks
>
>Kathy & Fred
>

New Recording

Message 15081 · Alan Paterson · 13 Dec 1998 10:53:49 · Top

Dianna Shipman wrote:

> I couldn't open your attachment - was referred to My Computer, view, folder
> options - but don't have a clue what to do after that to open it.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Fred Collins <frasecol@netcom.ca>
> To: strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de
> <strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de>;
> Subject: New Recording
>
> >
> >
> >Also, I have attached information on the latest Scottish Accent CD.
> >
> >Hope you enjoy!

Fred's attachment appears to be a MS-Word97 document (I renamed it to .doc and
opened it with Word95 - which doesn't work, but tells me enough to assume that
it is Word97)

Alan

New Recording

Message 15085 · John Wood · 13 Dec 1998 15:07:31 · Top

Alan Paterson wrote:

> Dianna Shipman wrote:
>
> > I couldn't open your attachment - was referred to My Computer, view, folder
> > options - but don't have a clue what to do after that to open it.
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Fred Collins <frasecol@netcom.ca>
> > To: strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de
> > <strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de>;
> > Subject: New Recording
> >
> > >
> > >
> > >Also, I have attached information on the latest Scottish Accent CD.
> > >
> Fred's attachment appears to be a MS-Word97 document (I renamed it to .doc and
> opened it with Word95 - which doesn't work, but tells me enough to assume that
> it is Word97)
> Alan Paterson <alanp@paranor.ch>

I ended up with 53 pages of garbage in my Word97!!!

Help!

John

New Recording

Message 15087 · Michael Schulte · 13 Dec 1998 15:51:35 · Top

Multiple pople write:

> I couldn't open your attachment - was referred to My Computer, view, folder
> options - but don't have a clue what to do after that to open it.

> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Fred Collins <frasecol@netcom.ca>
> > To: strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de
> > <strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de>;
> > Subject: New Recording
> >
> >
> >
> >Also, I have attached information on the latest Scottish Accent CD.
> >

> Fred's attachment appears to be a MS-Word97 document (I renamed it to .doc and
> opened it with Word95 - which doesn't work, but tells me enough to assume that
> it is Word97)

> I ended up with 53 pages of garbage in my Word97!!!
>

My mail reader reports that the original message was original written on
a Macintosh, and has been converted by binhex (which makes sence to the
mac people).
This means that you will be unable to pull it up in Word [either version].
You MIGHT try run it through WinZip (or such) first; that MIGHT un-convert it.

--
Michael Schulte Specialist in Computer Science
UM-St. Louis schulte@cs.umsl.edu
8001 Natural Bridge Road (314) 516 5239
St. Louis, MO 63121 USA

New Recording

Message 15090 · John Wood · 13 Dec 1998 17:26:49 · Top

Fred Collins wrote:

> Also, I have attached information on the latest Scottish Accent CD.
>
> Hope you enjoy!
>
> Thanks
>
> Kathy & Fred
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> New ReleaseName: New Release
> Type: Macintosh BinHex Archive (application/mac-binhex40)

Maybe Fred could send the CD contents as an ASCII File. Then maybe EVERYBODY could
read it!

John

New Recording

Message 15092 · Melbourne Briscoe · 13 Dec 1998 17:33:05 · Top

The best I can do to read Fred Collins' msg provides the following; I assume
the price is Canadian dollars!
- Mel Briscoe, Virginia USA

------------------------------------------
NEW RELEASE BY

BOBBY BROWN & THE SCOTTISH ACCENT

"ANY GOOD DANCE, ANY GOOD TUNE"
Music for Scottish Country and Old Time Dancing

Including:
Selection of Jigs, The Palais Glide, Selection of Reels,
Military Two Step, Selection of Strathspeys, Gay Gordons,
The Viennese Swing, The Lambeth Walk, Polka, Tango,
Barn Dance, Quickstep, and much, much more!

To order contact Bobby Brown at:
86 Sundridge Street
Brampton, Ont. L7A 1J8
Tel. (905) 846-6983
Fax (905) 846-8621

Or

Kathleen & Fred Collins at: EMail frasecol@netcom.ca

Cost - $23.00 (taxes included)

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Message 15094 · Fred Collins · 13 Dec 1998 20:33:54 · Top

Our apologies for the confusing message but we're a bit new at this game!
Thank you for your tolerance in attempting to decipher and sincere apologies
for any inconvenience. Here is the information we were sending, without
graphics.

Thanks

Kathy & Fred

BOBBY BROWN
&
THE SCOTTISH ACCENT
"ANY GOOD DANCE, ANY GOOD TUNE"
Music for Scottish Country and Old Time Dancing
BRG-020-CD
Including:
Selection of Jigs 4X32 Bars Polka
The Palais Glide (Instructions included) Jig Selection (Two-Step Style)
Selection of Reels 5X32 Bars (featuring "Looking for a Partner)
(featuring "Caddam Wood") The Royal Empress Tango (Instructions
included)
The Military Two Step (Instructions included) Selection of reels 8X32 Bars
Selection of Strathspeys 6X32 Bars Selection of Strathspeys 6X32 Bars
The Gay Gordons (Sing Along) Barn Dance (Instructions included)
Selection of Jigs 8X32 Bars Selection of Jigs 6X32 Bars
(featuring "David Tague's Whistler") Quickstep "Bye, Bye Blues"
The Viennese Swing (Instructions included) Selection of Strathspeys 3X32
Bars
Selection of Reels 4X32 Bars (Pastoral Style)
The Lambeth Walk (Instructions included) Selection of Reels 6X32 Bars
Selection of Strathspeys 4X32 Bars The Trew Waltz (Sing Along)

To Order Contact Bobby Brown at: 86 Sundridge Street, Brampton, Ont. L7A
1J8
Tel. (905) 846-6983, Fax (905) 846-8621
Or Email Kathleen & Fred Collins at: frasecol@netcom.ca

Price: $20.00 Can. (Taxes extra if applicable plus shipping & handling)
$15.00 U.S. ( Plus shipping & handling)




New Recording

Message 15097 · John Wood · 13 Dec 1998 23:03:27 · Top

Thank you very much. Cheers John

Fred Collins wrote:

> Our apologies for the confusing message but we're a bit new at this game!
> Thank you for your tolerance in attempting to decipher and sincere apologies
> for any inconvenience. Here is the information we were sending, without
> graphics.
>
> Thanks
>
> Kathy & Fred
>
> BOBBY BROWN
> &
> THE SCOTTISH ACCENT
> "ANY GOOD DANCE, ANY GOOD TUNE"
> Music for Scottish Country and Old Time Dancing
> BRG-020-CD
> Including:
> Selection of Jigs 4X32 Bars Polka
> The Palais Glide (Instructions included) Jig Selection (Two-Step Style)
> Selection of Reels 5X32 Bars (featuring "Looking for a Partner)
> (featuring "Caddam Wood") The Royal Empress Tango (Instructions
> included)
> The Military Two Step (Instructions included) Selection of reels 8X32 Bars
> Selection of Strathspeys 6X32 Bars Selection of Strathspeys 6X32 Bars
> The Gay Gordons (Sing Along) Barn Dance (Instructions included)
> Selection of Jigs 8X32 Bars Selection of Jigs 6X32 Bars
> (featuring "David Tague's Whistler") Quickstep "Bye, Bye Blues"
> The Viennese Swing (Instructions included) Selection of Strathspeys 3X32
> Bars
> Selection of Reels 4X32 Bars (Pastoral Style)
> The Lambeth Walk (Instructions included) Selection of Reels 6X32 Bars
> Selection of Strathspeys 4X32 Bars The Trew Waltz (Sing Along)
>
> To Order Contact Bobby Brown at: 86 Sundridge Street, Brampton, Ont. L7A
> 1J8
> Tel. (905) 846-6983, Fax (905) 846-8621
> Or Email Kathleen & Fred Collins at: frasecol@netcom.ca
>
> Price: $20.00 Can. (Taxes extra if applicable plus shipping & handling)
> $15.00 U.S. ( Plus shipping & handling)
>
>
>
>
>
> --
> Fred Collins <frasecol@netcom.ca>

New Recording

Message 15100 · Pauline · 13 Dec 1998 23:46:59 · Top

At 09:05 AM 12/13/98 -0400, you wrote:
>
>
>Alan Paterson wrote:
>
>> Dianna Shipman wrote:
>>
>> > I couldn't open your attachment - was referred to My Computer, view, folder
>> > options - but don't have a clue what to do after that to open it.
>>
>> > -----Original Message-----
>> > From: Fred Collins <frasecol@netcom.ca>
>> > To: strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de
>> > <strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de>;
>> > Subject: New Recording
>> >
>> > >
>> > >
>> > >Also, I have attached information on the latest Scottish Accent CD.
>> > >
>> Fred's attachment appears to be a MS-Word97 document (I renamed it to
.doc and
>> opened it with Word95 - which doesn't work, but tells me enough to assume
that
>> it is Word97)
>> Alan Paterson <alanp@paranor.ch>
>
>I ended up with 53 pages of garbage in my Word97!!!
>
>Help

I hope you got some help, John. You were lucky! My "Mailbox" and"Trash"
were stuffed up completely - had to get my provider to "unjam" the mail and
then find someone who could "free" my "Trash" - a traumatic experience!
Even had to "unsubscribe" for a while - sad!! No more large e-mails please!

Pauline

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Message 15378 · D. Shaw · 4 Jan 1999 20:48:41 · Top

I'm about 3,500 messages behind in reading my e-mail (only 183 are
Strathspey); this is from the "new recording" thread of a couple of weeks
back.

John > . . . ended up with 53 pages of garbage in my Word97!!!
and Pauline said he was
> . . . lucky!
because her
> . . . "Mailbox" and "Trash" were stuffed up completely . . .
and she
> . . . had to get [her] provider to "unjam" the mail and then find someone
who could "free" [her] "Trash" - a traumatic experience! Even had to
"unsubscribe" for a while - sad!! No more large e-mails please! <

Those of us who have been on the 'net for a while and date back to Unix
know this, but if you're new to the 'net and use Microsoft products, it's
not obvious. When you attach files to messages, not everyone can receive
them. Those who can't receive them receive pages and pages of code instead.
If their local phone service is metered, which is common outside of North
America, and their Internet service provider (ISP) is also metered, then
they will pay double to get a file they do not want and can't read. With
metered calls to their ISP help desk and a loss of time, this could cost
Big Bucks in Real Money and would be very annoying.

With a slow modem -- and some people still have 9600-baud modems -- it
could take an hour to download such a file even it it doesn't block their
access. If it does block their access, it could take hours to fix it and
mean that they can't get messages they're expecting. A couple of years ago,
when I was still using Pine and had a Unix connection, someone posted an
attached file to a list when I was expecting a crucial e-mail from an
editing client. The attached file crashed my e-mail and it took me a day to
get it sorted out. I missed a deadline. The publication schedule was pushed
back. The client was not happy.

This is why you must not attach files to messages you send to e-mail lists
-- any files to any e-mail list. (I noticed that someone else posted a
message with an attachment after Fred did it.) When you send a message to
Strathspey or any other list, send only ASCII text. When you attach a file
to a private message, it's a good idea to check with the recipient first to
make sure it will be welcome.

This includes files that you accidentally attach because Microsoft assumes
that everyone uses their products. Make sure your e-mail program is set to
send messages as ASCII text only. The accidental attachments, which might
be your signature, usually have a file name of "vcard."

So, how _do_ you post information that you have in Word, without re-typing
it?
* open the Word document in Word
* open your e-mail program and your outgoing message
* in Word, select the text and copy it to your notepad using ctrl-c, the
drop-down menu, or any other method
* switch to your e-mail program and paste it into the message using ctrl-v,
the drop-down menu, or any other method

To make a picture, animation, or anything else available, put it on a Web
site and post the URL or post an offer to send it privately.

When you do receive an attachment that you do want, always, always, always
run it through a virus checker before opening it. Delete attachments that
you don't want without opening them, then empty your Trash.

Cheers,
Deborah
shawd@mindspring.com

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Message 15379 · Michael Schulte · 4 Jan 1999 23:06:59 · Top

Deborah Shaw writes:
>
> This is why you must not attach files to messages you send to e-mail lists
> -- any files to any e-mail list. (I noticed that someone else posted a
> message with an attachment after Fred did it.) When you send a message to
> Strathspey or any other list, send only ASCII text. When you attach a file
> to a private message, it's a good idea to check with the recipient first to
> make sure it will be welcome.
>
> This includes files that you accidentally attach because Microsoft assumes
> that everyone uses their products. Make sure your e-mail program is set to
> send messages as ASCII text only. The accidental attachments, which might
> be your signature, usually have a file name of "vcard."
>

As a person who has to fix the problems caused by large email messages
on a small departmental network, I second this statement, IN SPADES.

ASCII works everywhere; nothing else works more than half the time.

--
Michael Schulte Specialist in Computer Science
UM-St. Louis schulte@cs.umsl.edu
8001 Natural Bridge Road (314) 516 5239
St. Louis, MO 63121 USA

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Message 15382 · Dianna Shipman · 5 Jan 1999 01:41:51 · Top

How do you run attachments through a virus checker?
Thanks,
Dianna Shipman
Houston, Texas
diannashipman@worldnet.att.net

-----Original Message-----
From: Deborah Shaw <shawd@mindspring.com>
To: strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de
<strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de>
Date: Monday, January 04, 1999 1:06 PM
Subject: Don't attach files to list messages.

>I'm about 3,500 messages behind in reading my e-mail (only 183 are
>Strathspey); this is from the "new recording" thread of a couple of weeks
>back.
>
>John > . . . ended up with 53 pages of garbage in my Word97!!!
>and Pauline said he was
>> . . . lucky!
>because her
>> . . . "Mailbox" and "Trash" were stuffed up completely . . .
>and she
>> . . . had to get [her] provider to "unjam" the mail and then find someone
>who could "free" [her] "Trash" - a traumatic experience! Even had to
>"unsubscribe" for a while - sad!! No more large e-mails please! <
>
>Those of us who have been on the 'net for a while and date back to Unix
>know this, but if you're new to the 'net and use Microsoft products, it's
>not obvious. When you attach files to messages, not everyone can receive
>them. Those who can't receive them receive pages and pages of code instead.
>If their local phone service is metered, which is common outside of North
>America, and their Internet service provider (ISP) is also metered, then
>they will pay double to get a file they do not want and can't read. With
>metered calls to their ISP help desk and a loss of time, this could cost
>Big Bucks in Real Money and would be very annoying.
>
>With a slow modem -- and some people still have 9600-baud modems -- it
>could take an hour to download such a file even it it doesn't block their
>access. If it does block their access, it could take hours to fix it and
>mean that they can't get messages they're expecting. A couple of years ago,
>when I was still using Pine and had a Unix connection, someone posted an
>attached file to a list when I was expecting a crucial e-mail from an
>editing client. The attached file crashed my e-mail and it took me a day to
>get it sorted out. I missed a deadline. The publication schedule was pushed
>back. The client was not happy.
>
>This is why you must not attach files to messages you send to e-mail lists
>-- any files to any e-mail list. (I noticed that someone else posted a
>message with an attachment after Fred did it.) When you send a message to
>Strathspey or any other list, send only ASCII text. When you attach a file
>to a private message, it's a good idea to check with the recipient first to
>make sure it will be welcome.
>
>This includes files that you accidentally attach because Microsoft assumes
>that everyone uses their products. Make sure your e-mail program is set to
>send messages as ASCII text only. The accidental attachments, which might
>be your signature, usually have a file name of "vcard."
>
>So, how _do_ you post information that you have in Word, without re-typing
>it?
>* open the Word document in Word
>* open your e-mail program and your outgoing message
>* in Word, select the text and copy it to your notepad using ctrl-c, the
>drop-down menu, or any other method
>* switch to your e-mail program and paste it into the message using ctrl-v,
>the drop-down menu, or any other method
>
>To make a picture, animation, or anything else available, put it on a Web
>site and post the URL or post an offer to send it privately.
>
>When you do receive an attachment that you do want, always, always, always
>run it through a virus checker before opening it. Delete attachments that
>you don't want without opening them, then empty your Trash.
>
>Cheers,
>Deborah
>shawd@mindspring.com
>

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Message 15383 · Pauline · 5 Jan 1999 01:46:49 · Top

Thank you Deborah, for a very clear and concise explanation. I am saving
your information for further perusing! (just in case I get into more trouble!)

When I get my new computer, I may not have so much trouble (or is "computer"
synonymous with "trouble"???)

I, and my little 14400 modem, appreciate your contribution. Many thanks.

Pauline.

you wrote:

>Those of us who have been on the 'net for a while and date back to Unix
>know this, but if you're new to the 'net and use Microsoft products, it's
>not obvious. When you attach files to messages, not everyone can receive
>them.

>With a slow modem -- and some people still have 9600-baud modems -- it
>could take an hour to download such a file even it it doesn't block their
>access.

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|>

Pauline Foster (Brisbane, Australia) pfoster@gil.com.au











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Message 15385 · Keith Grant · 5 Jan 1999 02:39:56 · Top

Deborah Shaw wrote:
>
> This is why you must not attach files to messages you send to e-mail lists
> -- any files to any e-mail list. (I noticed that someone else posted a
> message with an attachment after Fred did it.) When you send a message to
> Strathspey or any other list, send only ASCII text. When you attach a file
> to a private message, it's a good idea to check with the recipient first to
> make sure it will be welcome.
>

Deborah mentioned a number of good reasons for not sending attachments to
email lists. I can attest to these. Another particular reason is that email
lists often have a digest form that many opt to receive rather than getting
everything message by message. Attaching a file to your reply results in a
large garbage dump ending whatever digest was in progress. As Deborah
implied, this can make a person's entire inbox as well as the digest file in
particular unusable. This recently occurred when a RUDOLPH.EXE file was
posted on Christmas morning to a bodywork/massage list to which I belong.
Passing executable files this way can also pass viruses, if they are
executed without virus checking them first.

Apart from attachments, replying with an entire digest after your message
also causes problems. Digests are often terminated by length. Thus a digest
appended to a message ends the current digest with a previous one. If you're
receiving a digest, be judicious about cutting and pasting to include only a
defining fragment that you're replying to.

One of the hazards of having everything work seamlessly on your own computer
is that you get tempted to share. In general, resist the temptation. If it's
not ASCII text it's not universally usable. That said, it still amazes me
that I've published articles, including graphics, with all communications by
email. There's a lot that can be communicated, but it often involves some
negotiation and trial-and-error.

...Keith

--

+-----------------------------+-------------------------------------------+
I Keith Eric Grant I Common sense and a sense of humor are the I
I I same thing, moving at different speeds. I
I Atmospheric Science Div I A sense of humor is just common sense, I
I P.O. Box 808, L-103 I dancing. ... Clive James I
I Lawrence Livrmr Natn'l Lab I I
I EMail: keg@llnl.gov I (or perhaps dancing is just common sense) I
I FAX: (925) 422-5844 I I
+-----------------------------+-------------------------------------------+

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Message 15388 · Trans Vector Technologies, Inc · 5 Jan 1999 10:27:16 · Top

Deborah writes and others have agreed...

>This is why you must not attach files to messages you send to e-mail lists
>-- any files to any e-mail list.

First I want to agree, that if you want to share and image or document with
the list, share it via the Web. There are many people on the list who have
web sites that would be willing to put your document/image up for you. Then
you can easily include the URL in your message. If you have a smart email
reader, just double clicking on the URL will start up your Web browser and
connect you. The main problem with attachments is that the data formats are
usually non-standard, so much of your intended audience would be blind to
them. Web browser programs and Web pages tend to be accessible to a larger
audience. AND Web browsers (e.g. Netscape and MSIExplorer) are free!

Second I want to disagree. If you don't want to be a victim, then set
yourself up with decent hardware and software. For about $100 you can
acquire a 28.8K modem AND a first rate mail program (e.g. Eudora) that
knows how to handle attachments. If you have a modem that is 9600 or
slower, throw it away. It is costing you too much in connnect time. Even a
14.4K modem is lots better than a 9600 modem because it supports up to 4
times data compression, which means that it can be about 6 times faster
than a 9600 modem! A 28.8K modem with compression is more than 12 times
faster than a 9600 modem. Holding onto a 9600 or slower modem is bit-wise,
Kilobyte-foolish. Be careful about your expectations for 56K modems--it is
56K only for download and only if you don't have telephone switching that
defeats 56K capability, limiting you to 28.8 anyway (like mine).

If you were inconvenienced by the recent PdB GIF attachment (12KBytes),
then your hardware and software are making you a victim.

Oberdan.

Trans Vector Technologies, Inc, 184 Estaban Drive, Camarillo, CA 93010-1611
Phone: (805)484-2775, FAX: (805)484-2718, EMail: ootto@tvt.com

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Message 15389 · Ian Price · 5 Jan 1999 10:28:33 · Top

Message text written by INTERNET:strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.d=
e
>> This is why you must not attach files to messages you send to e-mail
lists
> -- any files to any e-mail list. (I noticed that someone else posted a
> message with an attachment after Fred did it.) =

Whilst this may be true, it is nobody's place but the List Administrator'=
s
to dictate so. And the above quote was NOT from Anselm Lingnau.

If the practice bothers you, complain to Anselm. If he can't or won't
enforce a no attachment rule to your satisfaction, start your own list.

Happy New Bah Humbug!

-2chter

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Message 15390 · Anselm Lingnau · 5 Jan 1999 11:32:02 · Top

> If the practice bothers you, complain to Anselm. If he can't or won't
> enforce a no attachment rule to your satisfaction, start your own list.=

While I don't think banning attachments outright would be sensible (or
indeed easy to enforce) I would like to ask everybody to exercise
discretion as far as the topic is concerned.

Note also that the list software silently drops submissions that are
larger than 32K bytes, which should weed out most of the more bothersome
messages.

I do encourage everybody to become familiar both with the current
practice of Netiquette (which does discourage unreadable and
system-dependent attachments) and with the features of their mail
software. For example, please refrain from posting the same material
both as ASCII and HTML -- just ASCII is fine, thank you.

If you have something big that you want to submit to the SCD community,
do not hesitate to contact me about putting it on the Strathspey Server
for public consumption. As a related aside, thank you for sending such a
lot of pictures of yourselves; I'm currently thinking about the details
of making them accessible.

Anselm
-- =

Anselm Lingnau ......................... lingnau@tm.informatik.uni-frankf=
urt.de
What is the difference between Jurassic Park and Microsoft? One is a high=
-tech
theme park dominated by dinosaurs, and the other is a Steven Spielberg mo=
vie.
-- Mike H=
ammond

New Recording

Message 15101 · Ron.Mackey · 13 Dec 1998 23:58:39 · Top

Hi Fred, Alan, John and Dianna,
Do I understand that our multi-billionair computer software king has
made "improvements" to Word95 ???:)


> Alan Paterson wrote:
>
> > Dianna Shipman wrote:
> >
> > > I couldn't open your attachment - was referred to My Computer, view, folder
> > > options - but don't have a clue what to do after that to open it.
> >
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > From: Fred Collins <frasecol@netcom.ca>
> > > To: strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de
> > > <strathspey@tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de>;
> > > Subject: New Recording
> > >
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >Also, I have attached information on the latest Scottish Accent CD.
> > > >
> > Fred's attachment appears to be a MS-Word97 document (I renamed it to .doc and
> > opened it with Word95 - which doesn't work, but tells me enough to assume that
> > it is Word97)
> > Alan Paterson <alanp@paranor.ch>
>
> I ended up with 53 pages of garbage in my Word97!!!
>
> Help!
>
> John
>
>
>
> --
> John Wood <johnwood@accesscable.net>
>
>
>
Cheers, Ron :)

< 0 Ron Mackey,
'O> Mottingham,
/#\ London. UK.
l>
Ron.Mackey@btinternet.com

New Recording

Message 15106 · SallenNic · 14 Dec 1998 01:52:45 · Top

Reading that Bobby Brown has included the Empress Tango on his new recording
made me think it might be worth asking if anyone on this list has instructions
and tune for the Tango Waltz? Please reply direct to me if you can help.
Nicolas Broadbridge, Lanark, Scotland.

New Recording

Message 15117 · Margaret Connors · 14 Dec 1998 14:22:44 · Top

Greetings to All!

>
>Maybe Fred could send the CD contents as an ASCII File. Then maybe
EVERYBODY could
>read it!
>

The following is what I could open:

NEW RELEASE

BY

BOBBY BROWN

THE SCOTTISH ACCENT

"ANY GOOD DANCE, ANY GOOD TUNE"
Music for Scottish Country and Old Time Dancing

Including:
Selection of Jigs, The Palais Glide, Selection of Reels,
Military Two Step, Selection of Strathspeys, Gay Gordons,
The Viennese Swing, The Lambeth Walk, Polka, Tango, Barn Dance,
Quickstep, and much, much more!

To order contact Bobby Brown at: 86 Sundridge Street
Brampton, Ont.
L7A 1J8
Tel. (905) 846-6983
Fax (905) 846-8621
Or

Kathleen & Fred Collins at: EMail frasecol@netcom.ca

Cost - $23.00 (taxes included)

New Recording

Message 15123 · Susanne Petrov · 14 Dec 1998 17:13:28 · Top

>
>Our apologies for the confusing message but we're a bit new at this game!
>Thank you for your tolerance in attempting to decipher and sincere apologies
>for any inconvenience. Here is the information we were sending, without
>graphics.
>
>Thanks
>
>Kathy & Fred
>
>BOBBY BROWN
>&
>THE SCOTTISH ACCENT
>"ANY GOOD DANCE, ANY GOOD TUNE"
>Music for Scottish Country and Old Time Dancing
>BRG-020-CD
>Including:
> Selection of Jigs 4X32 Bars Polka
> The Palais Glide (Instructions included) Jig Selection (Two-Step Style)
> Selection of Reels 5X32 Bars (featuring "Looking for a Partner)
> (featuring "Caddam Wood") The Royal Empress Tango (Instructions
>included)
> The Military Two Step (Instructions included) Selection of reels 8X32 Bars
> Selection of Strathspeys 6X32 Bars Selection of Strathspeys 6X32 Bars
> The Gay Gordons (Sing Along) Barn Dance (Instructions included)
> Selection of Jigs 8X32 Bars Selection of Jigs 6X32 Bars
> (featuring "David Tague's Whistler") Quickstep "Bye, Bye Blues"
> The Viennese Swing (Instructions included) Selection of Strathspeys 3X32
>Bars
> Selection of Reels 4X32 Bars (Pastoral Style)
> The Lambeth Walk (Instructions included) Selection of Reels 6X32 Bars
> Selection of Strathspeys 4X32 Bars The Trew Waltz (Sing Along)
>
> To Order Contact Bobby Brown at: 86 Sundridge Street, Brampton, Ont. L7A
>1J8
> Tel. (905) 846-6983, Fax (905) 846-8621
> Or Email Kathleen & Fred Collins at: frasecol@netcom.ca
>
> Price: $20.00 Can. (Taxes extra if applicable plus shipping & handling)
> $15.00 U.S. ( Plus shipping & handling)
>
>
>
>
>
>
>--
>Fred Collins <frasecol@netcom.ca>
>
>
Congratulations!!! and Merry Christmas!
Susie
>

--
Susie Petrov "If you can talk, you can sing
If you can walk, you can dance"(African proverb)

New Recording

Message 15124 · Alan Paterson · 14 Dec 1998 17:32:57 · Top

I will try not to sound *too* critical, but could it be the case that I
am not alone in being disappointed in this latest recording by Bobby
Brown?

To take the most obvious example, do we really need yet another
recording of the Gay Gordons? (that makes 24 available on CD that I know
about).

Yes, I know that there may be people who really *like* to do the Lambeth
Walk, Military Two-Step and Palais Glide, but I must confess to never
having met anyone (who admits to it). In the circles where I dance,
these dances would certainly be welcome on the program in order to get
in a quick visit to the bar.

Alan, being elitist again :-)

New Recording

Message 15127 · Richard L. Walker · 14 Dec 1998 18:18:13 · Top

I raised this same question once and was told that, on average,
for every CD sold containing Scottish country dances, about ten
CDs sold containing ceilidh dances. If those numbers are in the
ballpark, I know what I would be recording if I were a musician
(subjunctive case only -- I'm not). Maybe the musicians have some
real figures?

-----Original Message-----
From: Alan Paterson <alanp@paranor.ch>
...do we really need yet another recording of the Gay Gordons?...

New Recording

Message 15131 · Ian Price · 14 Dec 1998 19:13:36 · Top

Boy, I really must note this technique to get my message across next time=
.

1. Publish your message in an almost unreadable format.

2. Have someone complain about not being able to read it.

3. Have it reply-quoted A ZILLION TIMES!

Only two questions remain.. DOES Bobby have a new CD out, and WHAT'S ON I=
T?

-2chter

New Recording

Message 15145 · SallenNic · 15 Dec 1998 03:19:56 · Top

In a message dated 14/12/1998 3:36:57 pm, you wrote:

>Alan, being elitist again :-)
I am afraid so, yes. Many village dances in this part of the world have a
mixed programme of Scottish and sequence dances - and are none the worse for
that.
Nicolas B., Lanark.

New Recording

Message 15155 · Maghi King · 15 Dec 1998 12:48:26 · Top

You wouldn't put them on an SCD programme, but I might well put them on
a Ceilidh programme - and enjoy dancing them too!

But with that said, there are quite a few CD recordings of the Militray
Two Step available too - though I'll probably add the Lambeth Walk and
the Palais Glide to my collection!

Maghi

>
> Yes, I know that there may be people who really *like* to do the Lambeth
> Walk, Military Two-Step and Palais Glide, but I must confess to never
> having met anyone (who admits to it). In the circles where I dance,
> these dances would certainly be welcome on the program in order to get
> in a quick visit to the bar.
>
> Alan, being elitist again :-)
>

--
Please note my new e-mail address (old address was king@divsun.unige.ch)
Maghi King | E-mail: Margaret.King@issco.unige.ch
ISSCO, University of Geneva | WWW: http://issco-www.unige.ch/
54 route des Acacias | Tel: +41/22/705 71 14
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