[bksvol-discuss] Re: admin: "A Bookshare Volunteer"

We will have to call on an alien for that, as none of us seem to talk its
language.  <grin>

Sue S.

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> Who will talk to the stripper?
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> > Tracy
> >
> > I agree!  And in an ideal BookShare system, I would offer the submitter,
> > once a book is validated, 24-72 hours to look at the edited work and
make
> > certain they are satisfied as their name goes with the book.
> > Most submitters likely would not check, but if they were concerned about
> > the book's form (as was the case of Charlene's now famous cookbook
> > submission), they could see what would be entering the collection.
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