[extropy-chat] yo extropes
natasha at natasha.cc
Fri Jan 5 16:32:40 UTC 2007
At 02:55 AM 1/5/2007, Brett wrote:
>happy new year to ya's (even you'se american ones who might not be so fully
>deserving of it)
>I know I don't write much but I read the digest and its good to see some of
>the ol' gang is still alive and kickin'.
Better than ever!
>I miss some of the detail by just scanning the digest. Sasha is alive! for
>instance, as a header, promises some pretty good news, I never met Sasha but
>I like those who liked him, and he seemed to pass on under sad
>circumstances, anyways, as a slightly experienced reader of the list I do
>wonder if isn't a bit of Robert Bradbury over enthusiasm.
>Perhaps I'll check the archives when I have time.
>Good health to all. Especially Amara, Stu, Natasha, Eliezer, Hal, and ah
>heck to many others to mention but if you remember me I remember you.
And to you Brett. It is great to hear from you.
>Been watchin that futures market stuff coming along nicely Robin.
Do you urls re Robin's work that you want to share with us?
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circle and everything outside the circle, then that is an open system
perspective. - Buckminster Fuller
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