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Old April 13, 2009, 09:06 PM
Dien Rice Dien Rice is online now
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Default First issue of the new SeedZine is out!

If you subscribed, you should find it in your email IN-box...

If you don't have a copy, it's not too late! Go to this link

http://www.seedzine.com

fill in the form, and we'll send you out one right away...

The main article is about how "Hotsheets made me go Full Circle"...

Best wishes!

Dien
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Old April 13, 2009, 11:31 PM
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Dien,

I was a Sub to the Old Seedzine. I have nothing in my In Box. Do I have to resubscribe for this incarnation?

Michael Ross
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Old April 13, 2009, 11:38 PM
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Dien,

I was a Sub to the Old Seedzine. I have nothing in my In Box. Do I have to resubscribe for this incarnation?

Michael Ross
Hi Michael,

Yes, I apologize for the extra hassle. Old subscribers need to resubscribe, because I've gone to a whole new system...

Once you re-enter your details, you'll be immediately sent the first issue, as if by magic!

Thanks

Dien
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Old April 14, 2009, 01:00 AM
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Default Re: First issue of the new SeedZine is out!

Hi Dien,

Just finished reading the first issue of the new SeedZine.

Great publication.

Looking forward to the co-op opportunity with Gordon.

Thanks again for the SeedZine and for SOWPub.

My Best 2 U,

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Old April 14, 2009, 01:06 PM
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Default Re: First issue of the new SeedZine is out!

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If you subscribed, you should find it in your email IN-box...

If you don't have a copy, it's not too late! Go to this link

http://www.seedzine.com

fill in the form, and we'll send you out one right away...

The main article is about how "Hotsheets made me go Full Circle"...

Best wishes!

Dien

I got my copy of the SeedZine Newsletter. Good reading
So the Hot Sheets are like special reports?

I need something to read while slicing up a mozzarella ball I just bought at the grocery store. My favorite habit these days is - eating sliced cheese while drinking a beer and reading a short, to-the-point, epub.
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Old April 14, 2009, 10:50 PM
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Default My definition of a hotsheet

Jimmy,

Thanks for asking.

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So the Hot Sheets are like special reports?

Gordon may have a different Description, but I describe them at http://www.hotsheetcity.com/ as...

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A Hotsheet is an Answer to a Question and usually Solves a Problem (no matter how small or minor or urgent) and is written in one, two or three columns over one, two, four or more pages.

It often answers the question, "How do I ..." As in "How do I make an autorun CD?", "How do I pay off my debts faster?", "How can I help prevent identity theft?", "How can I open an offshore bank account?", "How do I get rid of warts naturally?", "How do I get rid of ants from my kitchen?", "How can I invest in real estate as a retirement vehicle without doing it full time?" and so on.

The information presented in a Hotsheet is concise and to the point and contains no fluff or filler. And because it answers one very specific question it can be shorter than a report or manual on the same subject.

The information can be written or it can contain pictures - as in simple building plans. And is presented in an easy-to-read manner, instead of impossible-to-read technical manual style.

And you can see plenty of examples at that website.

Michael Ross
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Old April 14, 2009, 11:59 PM
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Default Re: My definition of a hotsheet

Okay, I just signed up. I think I need a hot-sheet on getting rid of a pot belly. It just started appearing about two months ago. About the same time as the beer and the cheese habit.

I was told by an expert that I would have to change my diet and that excercise wasn't enough. I was interviewed on WSRQ in Sarasota last week and during the commerical, I asked "how would you get rid of pot-belly syndrome?"

I wanted to hear sit-ups, crunches. I can handle that. Not eating... I don't know about that. Of course, I'm doing what everyone else does when they hear something they'd rather not.

Seeking 2nd opinions.




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Thanks for asking.



Gordon may have a different Description, but I describe them at http://www.hotsheetcity.com/ as...



And you can see plenty of examples at that website.

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Old April 15, 2009, 05:36 PM
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Default Re: My definition of a hotsheet

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Okay, I just signed up. I think I need a hot-sheet on getting rid of a pot belly. It just started appearing about two months ago. About the same time as the beer and the cheese habit.

I was told by an expert that I would have to change my diet and that excercise wasn't enough. I was interviewed on WSRQ in Sarasota last week and during the commerical, I asked "how would you get rid of pot-belly syndrome?"

I wanted to hear sit-ups, crunches. I can handle that. Not eating... I don't know about that. Of course, I'm doing what everyone else does when they hear something they'd rather not.

Seeking 2nd opinions.

Jimmy:

Check out http://www.marksdailyapple.com/ for tips on eating - interesting website.
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