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Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2000 21:26:38 -0800 (PST)

This reminds me of an old sorting system, still in use when I worked at Boeing in the mid 1980's. They'd have cardboard cards with info on them, and the cards would have holes and/or slots around their edges. You'd stick a rod through the hole in a pile of cards, then lift and shake. The ones that fell out met your criteria...

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Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2000 21:26:38 -0800 (PST)

This reminds me of an old sorting system, still in use when I worked at Boeing in the mid 1980's. They'd have cardboard cards with info on them, and the cards would have holes and/or slots around their edges. You'd stick a rod through the hole in a pile of cards, then lift and shake. The ones that fell out met your criteria...

-- Pacific NorthWest wine, blues, jazz info; http://vintners.net/~mikel Mike Lempriere: mikel@vintners.net; work: MLempriere@ActiveVoice.com WA State resident-junk email prohibited by law: RCW19.190 & RCW19.86




Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2000 21:26:38 -0800 (PST)

This reminds me of an old sorting system, still in use when I worked at Boeing in the mid 1980's. They'd have cardboard cards with info on them, and the cards would have holes and/or slots around their edges. You'd stick a rod through the hole in a pile of cards, then lift and shake. The ones that fell out met your criteria...

-- Pacific NorthWest wine, blues, jazz info; http://vintners.net/~mikel Mike Lempriere: mikel@vintners.net; work: MLempriere@ActiveVoice.com WA State resident-junk email prohibited by law: RCW19.190 & RCW19.86




Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2000 21:26:38 -0800 (PST)

This reminds me of an old sorting system, still in use when I worked at Boeing in the mid 1980's. They'd have cardboard cards with info on them, and the cards would have holes and/or slots around their edges. You'd stick a rod through the hole in a pile of cards, then lift and shake. The ones that fell out met your criteria...

-- Pacific NorthWest wine, blues, jazz info; http://vintners.net/~mikel Mike Lempriere: mikel@vintners.net; work: MLempriere@ActiveVoice.com WA State resident-junk email prohibited by law: RCW19.190 & RCW19.86