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Re: EPC-L: 1000 batch run of Xtal Nexus CD-ROMs

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  • Subject: Re: EPC-L: 1000 batch run of Xtal Nexus CD-ROMs
  • From: Brian McMahon <bm@iucr.org>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2001 16:18:36 +0100 (BST)
Well done Lachlan: keep up the good work! I'd like a couple of copies for
archiving and demo purposes, but I can grab those off Mike if you send any
to him.

Did you have any copies left over from the last production run?


On Wed, Oct 24, 2001 at 03:57:25PM +0100, Lachlan Cranswick wrote:
> Sorry for not keeping people up to date till now - have been
> in a rush getting the following ready for the AsCA meeting in
> India.
> Just a quick word that the 1000 batch of Xtal Nexus CD-ROMs
> arrived today (funded by the IUCr).  Mike Dacombe and Andrea
> Sharp doing on the IUCr and art-work side of things.
> 400 have just been couriered off to T. N. Guru Row in 
> Bangalore, India for the Asian Crystallographic Association
> meeting.
> If anyone wants a batch sent their way for any applications, demo,
> etc - feel free to Email.  There will be an advert for the CD-ROMs
> in the next CPD newsletter by the looks - and once I pack ~250
> envelopes for existing subscribers to the CD-ROM - I will be 
> posting announcements out to the newsgroups, etc.  (Not that
> many will be left after doing the mailout)
> Main difference with this CD and last time is the CD artwork is
> printed in colour.
> Cheers,
> Lachlan.

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