Excellent idea. Ron can probably do this through a moderation process with little preparation. What is your opinion Ron? -----Original Message----- From: Gordon Young [mailto:gyoung@xxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Monday, September 09, 2002 9:05 AM To: kegswindows@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [kegswindows] Re: Windows SIG tomorrow (Tuesday) September10 Hi Cliff, My vote would be for "m", the ideal system. The audience could be a big part of this by volunteering their opinions on components. Perhaps Ron would end up with two or three "ideals" to be used for different purposes. Perhaps, sometime in the near future, someone might build one of these ideal systems and could follow-up with his experience. My $.02 worth. ($1.02 with inflation) Gordon Young -----Original Message----- From: kegswindows-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:kegswindows-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of cliffordolin Sent: Monday, September 09, 2002 4:50 AM To: Windows SIG; Seasig-Win95 Subject: [kegswindows] Windows SIG tomorrow (Tuesday) September10 This coming meeting will start with our usual hour of Q&A. The second half was planned to be a presentation on spam but our presenter has been overwhelmed by work and has to postpone to a later date. If anyone who has been thinking of presenting base on the list below and want to present please step forward. Otherwise we shall ad lib or simply adjourn early (which would be a first). Bring your friends and co-workers. Remember, more attendees mean more energy, synergy, ideas and a lively, interesting meeting. We welcome guests and help shy first timers who have a burning question that they can't seem to get answered anywhere else. Meeting time and place: 7:00 PM, Room D, North Bellevue Community Center. Go to WWW.KEGS.ORG for map and other neat stuff about our venue and opportunities. Feel free to forward this e-mail to anyone you feel might be interested in our activities. The more folks who know about our club and participate the better we get - more energy, presentations, ideas and credibility with vendors. Present and future topics include the following: a.. Power Toys for XP b.. XP Networking c.. Resources d.. UNIX e.. VB Scripting (e.g., Access) f.. Temp. Internet Cache on boot (Volunteer: Cliff Olin) g.. Security 64 bit, 128 bit h.. Windows Update Options i.. System Maintenance j.. System Optimization (cookies, defrag, registry, power tools) (Volunteer: Dave Dodge) k.. Voice Control (Volunteer: Cliff Morgan) l.. Handwriting m.. The Ideal System (Volunteer: Ron Cowger) n.. Virus, Security, SPAM. See you tomorrow evening.