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by rsutc
2003 10 06 1215
Forum: The Northern Spy
Topic: Windows worms and viruses and the Mac
Replies: 2
Views: 7120

Yes, I think it will make a difference, though not necessarily immediately. The thing is, there is more (and worse) bad news to come, and eventually it will seep into the consciousness. Already corporations are starting to consider alternatives, and PO's are going in for a few Macs here and there. T...
by rsutc
2003 09 27 0721
Forum: Web Hosting
Topic: Response times on Help Desk Requests.
Replies: 1
Views: 10302

Re: Response times on Help Desk Requests.

How long a response time do you estimate on help-desk requests? Is it faster to use e-mail? or the forums? or to just come and talk to you in person?(The last one is something only those of us who know who you are would know.) Pebbs During business hours probably under 4 hours. After that and on Sa...
by rsutc
2003 09 09 1803
Forum: Christian SF
Topic: paperback?
Replies: 6
Views: 20484

Production work has started but it could be a few months before it is possible to order in paper.
by rsutc
2003 09 08 0454
Forum: Christian SF
Topic: Nexus clarification
Replies: 5
Views: 17407

Re: Nexus clarification

An intriguing and mysterious answer. Yet another reason that I am greatly anticipating the latest installments in this series! I should say that the next book, tentatively called "The General" will not be available for a few months. It follows Maeve, Cath, Mara, Tad, and others for a few years each...
by rsutc
2003 09 07 0726
Forum: Christian SF
Topic: Nexus clarification
Replies: 5
Views: 17407

Re: Nexus clarification

Does your previous answer reflect only what the characters in the books understand about the Nexus phenemenon? Is there still a more complete and correct answer that even the Metans don't understand, but God (who created it and knows every tiny detail of it) does understand? :D For someone living i...
by rsutc
2003 09 06 0725
Forum: Christian SF
Topic: Nexus clarification
Replies: 5
Views: 17407

Re: Nexus clarification

Me again. I had the impression that a Nexus in the Interegnum books refers to the event or decision that results in a division of the worlds (i.e., Pilate either washes his hands of Jesus or he does not, etc). However, in one of the first two volumes of the series, it makes mention of the last nexu...
by rsutc
2003 08 28 1533
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Drawing lines in the use of "*" words
Replies: 2
Views: 10912

Drawing lines in the use of "*" words

Someone asked about this on the EPIC Social group Words are a writer's stock in trade, our means of communicating ideas. As with all tools, their lexis and syntax are morally neutral. Not so their semantics, for language perforce reflects epistemology. Do not therefore lament a change in the form me...
by rsutc
2003 08 21 1532
Forum: Discussion on this board
Topic: Request for Addition: Reseller Group and Private forum.
Replies: 3
Views: 14645

Rather than set up a resellers forum, what I would like you to do is contact us either with a PM to rsutc or by putting in a ticket at the help desk. We'll notify other resellers as needed. What help desk? If you look at the top left side of this page or in various places on WebNameHost and WebName...
by rsutc
2003 08 18 1236
Forum: Christian SF
Topic: Comments on the books
Replies: 9
Views: 29234

a2history wrote:I checked out the Timestream on the web site, but this link:

http://www.arjay.ca/Fiction/Ortho/index.htm

is not working at this time.


Thanks very much. I accidentally removed the wrong directory. All fixed and in place now.

Rick
by rsutc
2003 08 15 1924
Forum: Christian SF
Topic: Comments on the books
Replies: 9
Views: 29234

Re: Thanks for the reply!

Thanks for your answers. I am impressed by the amount of work necessary to create an alternate history, running for several hundred years. It is reminiscent of Tolkein's stories of the Elder Days (the First Age of Middle-Earth) that he had to create as a background before moving on to create a hist...
by rsutc
2003 08 15 0645
Forum: Web Hosting
Topic: Can't get my web site
Replies: 1
Views: 9908

Re: Can't get my web site

My web site has been visible just fine until recently. Now, if I try to access it with name.com, the system says there is no such site, or some such gibberish. Also, I can't get my email. But if I use either 162.42.131.36/~username or WebNameHost/~username, I can see it just fine. On my computer at...
by rsutc
2003 08 15 0625
Forum: Christian SF
Topic: Comments on the books
Replies: 9
Views: 29234

Re: Exiles finished

Done reading book 3, and I liked it! Question: Will we ever be seeing a "good" McCarthey or Haggerty or company? It would seem that NONE of them have a sensitivity to God in their hearts, and I would expect that SOMEONE in that family would be something other than nasty and genocidal. More later; I...
by rsutc
2003 07 28 0715
Forum: eBooks
Topic: Help....
Replies: 5
Views: 20015

Well, I didn't want to say so right away, but I think I agree. Though I have never used any of these compilers myself, past experience with questions on other boards and newsletters leads me to believe most people do not find them very reliable.
by rsutc
2003 07 26 2028
Forum: eBooks
Topic: Help....
Replies: 5
Views: 20015

These aren't technologies I've ever used myself, but an old CS trick to locate if the problem in in the PP files is to make a copy with half the book and see if it compiles correctly. If half does and half doesn't, do it again, narrowing down until you find the part with the problem. Delete that par...
by rsutc
2003 07 22 1255
Forum: Book announcements
Topic: Two New Christian SF Novels by Rick Sutcliffe
Replies: 0
Views: 4395

Two New Christian SF Novels by Rick Sutcliffe

Writer's Exchange ePublishing and Arjay Books announce the publication of the second and third novels in Rick Sutcliffe's Irish Christian SF series The Interregnum. Volume 2, The Friends , tells the story of two generations of closely bonded royals. One are those of the second generation following t...

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