[Bell Historians] Half-pull Ringing

Bickerton, Roderic K (SELEX) (UK) roderic.bickerton at PQfHOsQz6-sdMtQ-Kfkue7EHDFxC6gka9jEXLxM9pWX1ItFrMwKQpMT4TJznVmRUHpXLwLw3Q4dGrizM1YLeJnz0Kx046zVNuu8.yahoo.invalid
Fri Nov 16 15:56:26 GMT 2007

There should still be a few antiquarians and others who will still have
an interest in the touch of real paper, well into the next decade, but
paper will have go because it is an environmental disaster.

Think how much carbon pollution would be saved if all those millions of
tones of the stuff did not exist.
No worry for Librarians, many are more IT personnel than anything else
all ready.

On 16/11/2007, Chris Pickford <c.j.pickford.t21 at sd4v-YFigR1NttwHgsXB_yoN66VtjqzkyzyoXFklcHQDMlTHMtSM7UV79LsoaoknduSH0Fo9wAAfFF-YqIfffFn1i6kTptA.yahoo.invalid
<mailto:c.j.pickford.t21%40btinternet.com> > wrote:
> Do sometimes wonder if the end of the book is coming faster than we
> CP
Not before I retire I hope!
Sue Marsden
(School Librarian!)

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