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Great to hear from you. Looks as if there'll be some excellent reading coming my way; big collections of Doyle and Shepard make me happy. I hope you'll be able to get that second, mythical issue of the slipcased ARGOSY sometime soon.
I hope that you are "not doing a very good job of keeping up" because business is good, and not because of any family or health reasons. Really, who can keep up these days? You obviously survey many newspapers and magazines online, probably the best way to do so since that way you can avoid huge piles of print cluttering your home, but there are so many sources available now that one feels perpetually behind. And that's just in the area of periodical reading. Each duty we tend to, three others clamor for our attention.
I'd better go do some of them right now. Take care, Chris.
- I should be able to get your shipment out this morning. Wanted to give you a chance to make any emendments if desired before sending.
I don't read that many papers online, but I do have a lot of them bookmarked and I have signed up to get a few daily news emails that are pretty cool how they have links to the articles. I do get NY TIMES in its print edition, and that pile does grow large quickly. I prefer reading off the printed page, and being able to have various sections folded back, but it creates bigtime clutter, especially the Sunday edition.
But I shouldn't let all these distractions keep me from getting my own work done. Speaking of which, I have about an hour to get a few packages packed up right now, so I better get on it.