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28 Feb
QOTD - McMurray, 2/28/00

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From: Peter Langston <psl>
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 100 17:28:22 -0800
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From: Nev Dull <>
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"Over the past few months, publishers have sent me review copies of
 books about the Y2K problem. Some are alarming, some are
 comforting. Some are far too optimistic. I tried to evaluate each book
 based on its own merits.  Specifically, I was most interested in two
 criteria: Number of pages and quality of paper.

"Thin books are good, because they will fit into any stove, fireplace or
 oil can. Thicker books burn longer, and are more useful once you
 already have a small fire going."

		- Toronto Sun columnist Sandy McMurray,
		in his Dec 29th article entitled
		"Books can be fuel for more than thought"

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