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dave paisley

Jonny, based on your mentioning Fractals a few weeks ago I ordered a copy and it arrived here (the US) last week. I wasn't quite sure what to expect, but it was quickly obvious this was no slap-dash collection of resources. It means it will take longer to process, absorb and find how exactly we can use it, but that's a good thing. Thanks for your coninuing mining of reseources and for finsing ways to make them available.

Paul Fromont

Mate, thanks for the "review." I'd heard a few very positive whispers. So, those whispers reinforced by your post I've just sent an e-mail up the road to Cityside. I'm looking forward to a copy arriving. Good comments suggesting a book format...great to see technology being utilised so creatively, but there's still something about sitting in the sun, a cold belgian beer in one hand, and a book in the other...I hope a publisher see's your post, or someone in the "know" sends one an e-mail...one previously involved with Mark Pierson, Mike Riddell etc might be a good start....

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