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This got lost in the mail.  Will try again

>    It's not hyperthetical!
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>    I am in the same position at the moment.  I have enough committments at 
>the to expand either into a partnership or hire etc.  I have the same 
>reservations as you do (...been there done that..).  I am, however, in the 
>process of doing an office review of my procedures with the goal to develop 
>some sort of electronic office that will speed up my productivity especially 
>
>with general administration and document production.  I am doing the review 
>with a friend who specializes in network and computer systems.  In our 
>discussions we have concluded that there must be others out there with 
>similar problems.  If you will tell me your specific requirements it may be 
>we have a common problem that can be solved with a common answer.
>    
>    To date I have contracted drafting and design reviews out, but like 
>myself the individuals providing the service have the same "overhead" 
>concerns and there seems to be little economy in that approach over the 
>hiring and company expansion scenario??
>    
>    Thor Tandy  P.Eng
>    Victoria  BC
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>    
>    Subject: General Business
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>    
>    I've got a hypothetical question to throw out.
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>    I have been getting really busy. I currently am a one man office working 
>
>out of my home although I've got an executive office to ........
>    
>    Thanks,
>    Bill
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