The President's Message
by Tony Butka
The club is moving right along in the user friendly theme -- you may have noticed that our free coffee (free to you that is) is now coming from Regal Lanes, to go with your donuts and save on having to make and clean that big pot! Thanks to your vote last month, we are proceeding down the path of incorporating -- anyone remember using those Nolo Press books? As we move along, I will be periodically updating you all in the Presidents Message. The good news is that we can stop having endless discussions and votes about this stuff, and start debating the important things, like having a good time using OS/2.
Speaking of which, the club will be contributing to the Warpstock 2001 event, doing our part to keep our favorite operating system alive. And as soon as someone steps up to the plate to be our obergrupenfuhrer, I mean leader, for Warp Expo West, we will set a date and start putting together that program.
Finally, Peter Skye's article last month about eComStation evidently caused the electrons to fly throughout cyberspace. Trust the Duck to generate reasoned intellectual debate. Anyhow, just in case anyone is not already aware, SCOUG does not censor its intrepid authors (even me), so it should be self evident that the opinions expressed in our publication and on the Web site are not necessarily those of SCOUG. We've put this disclaimer up on the web site as well.
See you next month, and if you have questions, suggestions, or want to contribute an article, just write me: Tony@SCOUG.com.
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