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Old 01-17-2009, 07:43 PM
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what is the ratio? how many pnw members are on dsl or other higher speed internet and utilizing the web sites? how many read the proposed bi-laws in tri-power?
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Old 01-18-2009, 12:22 PM
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what is the ratio? how many pnw members are on dsl or other higher speed internet and utilizing the web sites? how many read the proposed bi-laws in tri-power?
You don't need hi-speed to see this forum or web site. I know because I had dail up until last year. I read the bi-laws on line a few years back. I do not see where this is going.
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Old 01-19-2009, 08:07 AM
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You don't need hi-speed to see this forum or web site. I know because I had dail up until last year. I read the bi-laws on line a few years back. I do not see where this is going.

1) all persons do not live in front of a computer, high speed shortens the time you must sit there to see all information. high speed allows larger files to be downloaded. there is a large difference in dial up and dsl

3)some do not even like computers.

2) often a large part of the populace do not like forums because others post "pieces of their minds" they shouldn't have afforded to loose.

3) Tri-Power is facts, in one spot, not so much of opinion (kinder and gentler if you will)
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Old 01-19-2009, 09:26 PM
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The 4 Wheeling News & Tri-Power is only as good as what members and advertizements make it or put effort into it.
Its everyone's responsibility to make it better or ditch it.
Since Winter Convention is around the corner - make a mothion to and do something to change it.
Ever look at a SnoFlyer (WSSA Newsletter)??
After all - isn't that the quote for the next 4 years - Yes we Can
My 2 cents - please don't add more to it.
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Old 01-19-2009, 09:54 PM
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I just e-mailed him this since this was brought up at the last R4 meeting:

I was told I should send you my event reports and you can use the ones you want. I put all these on our club web site and on most of the NW forums. I know you wanted it a certain way for the Pick Up A Mountain report. What format do you need?

Here is the list of pass reports: http://www.aworc.com/event-reports/index.html

Most are mainly pictures with a few words telling the story. If you will want my reports, you can remove most of the pics to make the story.


Thanks, Clay


I think he wanted it in word last time but I can't remember. He ended up copying the pics for PUAM of the net. Maybe that is why they were so small?
I sent in Satuday's report. I sent in a short version if the report and a link to the report here for the long one to Tri-power. Lets see if it get printed.

I got this e-mail reply back:

Hi

I don't check everyday what is coming in, I start about the 20th of each month and work on TriPower till the 1st work of the next month. I'll let you know how things work out for your next article.

Thank You,

Ron McDonald
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He never read my first e-mail where I asked about what formate he wanted the pictures because I sent the e-mail to soon. So don't send anything in until the 20th. I am not sure if "Word" was good enough for him since he never answer the question.
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Old 01-19-2009, 11:33 PM
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Always ask Ron to reply that he received your story. He is promt with an answer. If no answer in a couple of days send the story again with the same request as to if he received it.
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Well he is getting the reports now and printing them. http://www.pnw4wda.org/Tri-Power/Jun-09.pdf
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Switching gears from the current direction of this thread.....


What all is needed to submit an article?
Could we have a break down posted here as to what is needed like format's, pictures etc. ?
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Old 12-27-2009, 01:17 PM
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Switching gears from the current direction of this thread.....


What all is needed to submit an article?
Could we have a break down posted here as to what is needed like format's, pictures etc. ?


This publication is the result of information submitted by our
readers. We do not have a staff of reporters, journalist or
photographers. If you have an article or information you would like
to share with our readers please contact us. We prefer
communication via Email. If you submit an article please send it
in size 10 Arial font to tripower@pnw4wda.org or put it on a
Floppy, CD or DVD disk and send it to Tri-Power 3902 NE 61 Ave,
Vancouver, WA 98661




This is what the Tri-Power says. i'm not sure about picture size.
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