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From: Lois Taitague <>
Subject: Re: [FAMILY-NEWSLETTERS] Hard copy newsletters
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 1999 20:56:32 -0400
Another reason for sticking to hard copy, at least for me, is
durability. With the prevalence of e-mail, the written word is not
going to be found in grandma's trunk in the attic anymore. I'm sticking
with hard copy in order for the younger generation, for which our
newsletters are mostly written, to have copies to hand down to their
children when they become interested in family history.
Ray Flesher wrote:
> Hi group,
> Is there anybody out there who is still limiting themselves to hard copy
> quarterly newsletters and not posting their newsletter to a website?
> I am interested in hard copy only.
> Are there pluses and minuses to both?
> Or have we been through all this and don't want to do it again.
> Ray in Denver
> Flesher Family Redwood
> Dorland Family Redwood
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