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    Re: List Status: we've moved successfully...
    From: Craig Z
    Date: 2006 May 19, 03:49 -0500

    thanks for the info

    ps. change is life  :)

    On 5/19/06, Alexandre E Eremenko <eremenko@math.purdue.edu> wrote:
    > Dear Zed,
    > > So, is there any freely availble texts or do I have to buy an expensive book?
    > If you already know something, there is a very good free source
    > to expand your knowledge: this is the archiv of the
    > "old list" Nav-L.
    > But you have to hurry. For the reasons that escape me, they decided
    > to stop that "old list" in the end of May, 2006, and the fate of this
    > archiv
    > is unclear. If you have enough knowledge of computers, I would recommend
    > you to try to copy (download) the whole old Nav-L archive.
    > There are several other free or almost free sources.
    > There is free Bowditch online
    > (A link was present in the "old archive"
    > page,
    > this is where I downloaded it from. I hope it was not a part of the
    > old archive, and will remain available for download.
    > (The so-called "new" or "experimental list" NavList (where we are now) to
    > which we were forced to
    > move "successfully", instead of the useful things like Bowditch contains
    > the links to
    > Ulysse Nardin "chronometers":-(
    > It depends on your specific interests. Some of the list members, for
    > example are interested in "archeonavigation". For these people there
    > is a great source on the Mystic Seaport Library web page:
    > I mean Norrie's complete navigation manual (early XIX century).
    > It is free for reading on your computer screen, and you can print it
    > one page at a time, but to get the whole thing in one file you have
    > to pay this library and they will send you the file.
    > Alex.
    > >

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