Re: Scans

>>From richard.quick-at-slug-dot-org Tue Jan  2 13:12 MST 1996
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>From: richard.quick-at-slug-dot-org (Richard Quick)
>Subject: Scans
>Date: Tue,  2 Jan 1996 13:58:00 GMT
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> * Original msg to: Napier-at-cats.ucsc.edu
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>Quoting napier-at-cats.ucsc.edu (Mark Napier):
>> Are there any images on web pages?
>The information is available via World Wide Web as well - the url
>is: http://ftp.funet.fi/ftp/pub/sci/electrical/tesla. This is
>just the beginning of Tesla on WWW - there shall be more in the 
>nearby future. <FTP tips by Kristian Ukkonen>
>Richard Quick
>... If all else fails... Throw another megavolt across it!
>___ Blue Wave/QWK v2.12
    You have done well in the short time I have seen you on the public arena.
My first observation of your work was via Richard Hull.It is a pleasure to see
such a dedicated person....regarding any pursuit...but particularly when it
comes to our favorite hobby....TESLA COILS.
    Keep up the good work,and I will see you on the NET.Let me know if you
find anything additional worthy of examination.
                                                                 Jeffery Mullins