[CLUE-Cert] Next meeting

Sean LeBlanc seanleblanc at comcast.net
Wed May 19 20:21:26 MDT 2004

On 05-19 17:43, dperkins at techangle.com wrote:
> I'm not sure.  I joined the others for supper but I wasn't able to attend
> the meeting.  And I will not be there next week either.  I'll be in North
> Dakota doing another startup.  I'm not scheduled to go anyone during June,
> so I should be able to make that meeting.
> I dumped AmericanISP about the time they appeared to go dead.  I talked
> with Prolinx first because I was still routed thru them and they did not
> know AmericanISP's status either.

Are you talking about last month's meeting or was there a meeting this week,

I think Dave asked me last time what I was doing for access, since
apparently the dialup from AmericanISP went dead. I was on Techangle at the
time, so I wasn't up on the whole debacle. Hopefully, AmericanISP doesn't
start charging me at some point, since I never called them to move (and
apparently they aren't answering their phone?), I called Qwest to have them
move me from AmIsp/Prolynx to Techangle. 

If they are now defunct or on their way to defunct, that's really a shame.
They seemed fine at first, but things got rockier and rockier
until...apparently no response at all? I really hate to see small businesses
fail - unless the folks are jackasses. From my dealings with AmIsp, that
wasn't the case at all - all the people I ever talked to were courteous. I'd
really like to know what the whole story on that was...it doesn't add up
from the average residential customer's (i.e., mine) perspective.
> > Hi all,
> >
> > Just wondering what's on deck for the next meeting? Did anyone pick up any
> > hardware yet? Anyone firm up their specs of what they will buy?
> >
> > Also, is David Holz still on here? I think AmISP died, just wondering if
> > you
> > have a new address. I'm looking at recumbents, and might want to swap some
> > mail with you.

Sean LeBlanc:seanleblanc at techangle.net  
Bug, n.: An aspect of a computer program which exists because the programmer 
was thinking about Jumbo Jacks or stock options when s/he wrote the program. 

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