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Re: [APD] OFF TOPIC Low tech or high tech?

>>No offense to the poster, but does Outlook default to quoting text in
such a way that it is impossible to tell where the quote ends and the
reply begins?<<

Common Jerry, you are just taking a poke at this guy and you know it. Is it 
really needed? Just because he didn't use the >> around the quote? Is it the 
end of the world?   Here is a guy asking a question, a rather straight 
forward one that no one is answering seriously, and you make a poke at him. 
Is that making him feel welcome?   Someone asked a few issues ago why this 
list has declined so much. This is an example. There has always been a 
certain core people here that are very analytical and intellectual and will 
talk for hours about the measurement of a C02 bubble and the laws of 
physics., which is fine for those who are interested, but this is also why 
people have gone to WEB based forums where they can interact on any level 
and feel welcome. You do not have to be a scientist, engineer, phd to be an 
expert or make a contribution or to be high tech.

Alan, I do not know if there are still any hobbyists active here who use 
soil based substrates or not. If you do not get a response and would like to 
find other people who share this interest, I suggest you check out the forum 
Diana Walstad moderates. She has been a pioneer of this approach, and there 
are several people in the forum working with soils. 

Robert Hudson

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