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Re: Geotechnical Abstracts -- Sharlene LaForge Stephen Clark 06 Sep 2002 14:48 UTC

-------- Original Message --------

Date: Fri, 06 Sep 2002 07:30:56 -0700
From: Sharlene LaForge <>
Subject: Re: Geotechnical Abstracts -- Dan Lester

The CD's are not Windows NT compatible which is the OS the University is
using.  Our network administrator is reluctant to set up and support a
dedicated computer station for this single product.

No, the service isn't available in a web based format.  Their web site
provided me with fax, phone, and e-mail, all of which I've tried, and
after 4 weeks I still haven't had a response.

 >-------- Original Message --------
 >Date: Thu, 5 Sep 2002 14:03:49 -0600
 >From: Dan Lester <>
 >Subject: Re: Geotechnical Abstracts -- Sharlene LaForge
 >Thursday, September 5, 2002, 1:41:42 PM, you wrote:
 >SC> Date: Thu, 05 Sep 2002 12:29:46 -0700
 >SC> From: Sharlene LaForge <>
 >SC> Subject: Geotechnical Abstracts
 >SC> Several years ago we switch from paper to CD-ROM.  The CD's can no
 >SC> longer be networked, and of course now I have to scramble to
locate the
 >SC> print backfiles.  Does anyone want to donate or sell their paper files
 >SC> from 1991-2001?
 >I may be napping this beautiful fall afternoon, but what is keeping
 >you from continuing to use the CDROMs?  Only one user can use a paper
 >volume at a time, and only one user can use the CDROM at a time.  What
 >have you lost?
 >Also, is this service available via the web for an affordable price?
 >That might solve all of your problems if you could switch to an
 >electronic service.
 >Dan Lester, Data Wrangler 208-283-7711
 >3577 East Pecan, Boise, Idaho  83716-7115 USA
 >  Stop Global Whining!

Sharlene LaForge/Supervisor
California State University/Library Serials
1250 Bellflower Blvd./Long Beach/CA/90840-1901
(562)985-4022  or fax (562)985-1870