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| August/September 2001

This month we have a new feature for you. Harry Matthews, whom most of our Internet travelers know, has submitted one of his topics from a Smokstak column that has appeared on his site. Since we do have a significant number of readers for whom the Internet is either an infrequent or unknown destination, we encouraged Harry to send us something. His topic this month is parking at shows, and we hope that those of you who are the decision-makers in your engine clubs will find his informal survey useful. Seems as though parking (which was among the topics discussed in last month's ATIS column) is a major concern no matter what sort of event one is planning.

We're happy to say that our 2001 Show Directory has been very popular this year the good news is that we have only a few copies left, so we hope you've already gotten yours if you wanted one!

By the way, we have had some unfortunate sabotage on our website once or twice, and we hope none of you has been offended by what some rogue hacker has put there periodically. We think the problem has now been taken care of, and we are making changes in our site, so do visit us at!


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