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Keating Willcox kwillcox@wnsh.com
Thu Dec 16 12:38:50 EST 2004

First, I am seeking a word. I am not comfortable with season's greetings. 
I'd like a new word, perhaps an acronym, that expresses Merry Christmas, 
Happy Hannukah, Salaam, Happy Kwanza, and whatever Native American salute 
there is for this season. Please reply with some suggestions.

Second,  the GPS signal can become more accurate over time. We needed to 
make a very accurate reading in the woods of our Longitude and Latitude, so 
the engineer simply put a recording GPS at the location. As the gadget 
recorded continuous GPS readings, and kept track of all the readings, it 
was able to gradually reduce the error, over a period of a day, down to 
some very small measure, perhaps a fraction of an inch.

Third, I enjoyed David Brudnoy tremendously. I very much enjoyed his prolix 
style. He would take several sentences to establish a particular thesis or 
point. Very erudite. I was surprised no one mentioned his occasional brush 
with political correctness, and his feelings about Boston schools and city 
students. I always enjoyed his discussions, and his movie reviews.


Keating Willcox ~/~

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