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What about a "reference" area where we could put "stickies" on the board...things like Alexandra's write up on CaK, or Chris' processing notes?
They get "lost" in the various threads.....


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Good idea! :)


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Hi Ken

I support that very much. Tutorials have to be in a stickie section. Maybe even in a seperate folder.

Ken gets 100 points for that idea, Stephen gets 50 points when he is implementing the idea. Please note: 1500 points collected -----> you are eligible for a new washing maschine ;) :woohoo:


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Great idea :)
Its useful for novices like me to have a 1-stop shop to get the info needed :)


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Aehhh
I wanted the set of steak knives!!!


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Hi Ken

the set of steak knives you get only when you have collected 999 rubber points ;) . Not bad, with your comment you got 99 points on your account


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OK, sounds good!


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