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Caldwell, Stan ha scritto:

> Dear Busy Earl:
>
> So, are you saying that shrink-wrapped (commercial) software installs
> faster, runs faster, or what?  If a 4 MB download is a waste of your
> time, perhaps you need a faster connection.  Also, you can always
> practice mult-tasking and do something productive while files are
> downloading.  Even Bill Clinton apparently practices multi-tasking!
>
> Stan R. Caldwell, P.E.
> Puzzled in Dallas
>
> ****************************************
>
> Stan Caldwell wrote:
>
> >>
> ... potentially the most useful freeware that I
> have downloaded to date...
> <<
>
> No freeware is truly "free" unless you place no value on your time.
>
> Earl Conroy
> E.C. Engineers
>

Dear sir,I missed your messages on the seaint list.
Which free soft were you talking about?
Is an interesting argument good free structural software.
I'm going to probe felt, any matter?
Thanks for the answer  and excuse me for time wasting.

                                             Best regards.
                                            David Cavazzini, Italy