|My TdF guide gets an update...||teoteoteo|
Jan 26, 2004 2:30 PM
|For all of you that have a copy of the TdF guide I am happy to say that it has recieved a much needed update.I re-worked everything into a much tighter package that is easier to understand.
To those of you that have mailed me I have your e mails and will send out new copies this week.
|Looking forward to it . . .||ms|
Jan 26, 2004 2:58 PM
|I do not know if the piece is in its final, final form. But, if it is not, I found two typos in the prior version:
Page 1, Paragraph 3, Line 3: "it's" should be "its"
Section 6, Eating on the go Guide, Line 1: "Patesserie" should be "Patisserie"
I hope that I am not being pedantic, but I have spent most of today preparing for an oral argument, which has included my re-reading legal briefs that I wrote several months ago. Although I have found only one typo, it made me cringe. So, my typo sensitivily is high today.
Your guide is the best thing that I have seen on traveling to and being a spectator at the Tour. If you ever need promotional quotes like one sees on the back of books, let me know.
|And, I had a typo in the message -- I can't stand it-nm||ms|
Jan 26, 2004 3:02 PM
|I just changed it||teoteoteo|
Jan 26, 2004 3:23 PM
|Thanks for the heads-up I just changed it. That one hurts because I looked it up. The final revisions will have typo's too I am sure. I hate that it has mistakes but copy editing is not my strong suit. I'm not as bad spelling as I am typing....laughs|
|How can I get a copy? nm||Bacco|
Jan 26, 2004 7:58 PM
|Beg, plead....or just ask||teoteoteo|
Jan 26, 2004 9:51 PM
|You can shoot me an e mail by adding @hotmail.com to my RBR handle. It should also be posted online this week on a website near you.|| |