I was actually thinking this morning, what are the hot areas for an AS/400 consultant to focus on, with RPG work for a consultant completely dried up, at least in the New York area. What can the consultant learn, on their own, or on a job, that will keep him/her gainfully occupied for the next few years? Phil Kestenbaum, disgruntled former consultant ----- Original Message ----- From: Don <email@example.com> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Sunday, June 11, 2000 9:37 AM Subject: List activity... > > > > > > Greetings all... > > Somehow I'm reminding of the days when I used to watch "Mr Ed"...the > talking horse that wouldn't talk unless he had something to say..... > > I keep getting emails from people wondering if they're actually > subscribed....! :) > > Well, in most cases (99.99999999999999999% - Had to use PL/I for the extra > precision...:) the answer is 'HECK YEAH'.... > > The thing that has me curious as heck is, there was demand for this list > and obviousely folks have signed up for it, so you folks are > either sitting fat and happy with no problems or concerns and all the wine > and bimbo's(not gender specific) you can handle and have want of nothing > or else you're very bashful... > > In either case, rest assured that the list is alive and well and when you > have something to say, it's here.. > > Until then, bring on the wine and bimbo's....:) > > Don Rima > co-Consult400 list mgr... > >
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