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    newsletter feedback

    Hi Dave,

    I enjoyed the newsletter I was wondering whether I could use it, or parts of it on my blog? (with all the references to The Forum SA of course )

    Thanks,
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    [SIGPIC]Engineer Simplicity[/SIGPIC]
    Turn ideas into products | The Art of Engineering blog

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    I'm happy as long as you credit the source.

    Just glad you liked the article

    I was actually thinking I need to add a feedback link in future..... otherwise it feels like talking to the great void.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Maybe just something along the lines of "Discuss this now" like the MyBroadband articles?
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    Put a link in to this thread from the bottom of the article. So basically this thread is now for feedback on Newsletter Issue 4.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    I really like the point that the mistake seemed like the best option at the time.

    I can think of a few knuckleheads that need to read that article.

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