tristan at webspotter.com
Sun Jun 29 14:36:38 EDT 2003
Speaking only for myself (and not for Jean-Marc or anyone else), I think
it's fun having something special like 'Yorkshire Ham' that *isn't* on the
It's an obvious labour of love, packed with tons of fun reading, and
enveloped with a certain DIY aesthetic. As a whole, it makes for a great
deal of anticipation and ultimate satisfaction that is somehow lacking in
the instant-gratification world of the Internet.
Hardly a Luddite myself, I'm as guilty as anyone of partaking of said
instant gratification. To me, 'Yorkshire Ham' has an old-school charm that
evokes memories of yore, and would perhaps be somewhat sullied by its
Then again, Jean-Marc might have grand plans for an RHK-based e-commerce
empire that he just hasn't told us about. :)
For what it's worth,
> Saturday, June 28, 2003, 7:16:58 AM, you wrote:
> js> In reply to everyone who enquired, requested and asked and to any others
> js> may be interested I can now officially open the shop door and announce
> js> the third edition of that erstwhile organ
> js> 'Yorkshire Ham' is available for your perusal.
> Just out of curiosity, why don't you put this on a website? No
> delivery costs and maximum exposure for Mr. Kirk.
Tristan Jutras | <mailto:tristan at webspotter.com>
Technical Management Consultant | <http://www.webspotter.com/>
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