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Prominent Scholar Seeks Issues of THE HEINLEIN JOURNAL 
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She's not the only one looking for a complete run of The Heinlein Journal. After she obtains one, I'd like to obtain one too. I've had searches set just about everywhere, but no hits yet. In lieu of a full set, I'll take individual issues with the hope of eventually assembling a complete set.

I can be reached at tom . kendall @ mostlyclassics . net (just remove the spaces).

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There's a line forming.

I've been waiting for news of what happens now that Bill's gone.
A subscription, plus a full order of back issues was on my "to do" list.

I'll watch this space, Bill.


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Hi, Dan --

My interest is strictly scholarly.

It's odd that you got that message. The website itself is devoted to matters philatelic. It did get hacked back in the summer of 2013, and my website host told me about it shortly after it happened. A complete reload of the website fixed the problem, and it hasn't recurred. I just rechecked it minutes ago.

What software gave you that message?

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I tried to go to your Web site the first time from my work computer, and at work they insist on having the McAfee software turned on and won't let us turn it off, so I'll wait until I get home to look at the site. I'm sorry my report turned into so much work for you! I hope it feels worth it after McAfee corrects its misimpression of the site.

The "Reputation Coaching" flag caught my eye, too. I wondered why that would always be deemed malware. Maybe there are disreputable people out there who trash someone's reputation, then sell them services to correct the problem that they, themselves caused. I really have no idea.

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That "Reputation Coaching" flag baffled me too, Dan. Who knows?

It had been two years since I'd checked all the .html code, and it needed doing anyway. That's the file type the bad guys usually hit because it's so easy to modify.

It's too bad that you're stuck with McAfee on your work machines.

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