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#1 Jean Ascher

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Posted 08 September 2010 - 09:11 AM

Am spending time inside Second Life (SL) and have created a full readable version of TUB and have also established a study group and like to find if any other UB reader here in this Forum, like to join up with me.
My SL name is Yman Juran..so if inworld, just IM me.

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Posted 08 September 2010 - 04:44 PM

Am spending time inside Second Life (SL) and have created a full readable version of TUB and have also established a study group and like to find if any other UB reader here in this Forum, like to join up with me.
My SL name is Yman Juran..so if inworld, just IM me.

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Thanks for letting us know Jean,

And welcome to the Forum! The Web's the thing for bigtime dissemination (and do we have a message!).

TB&G2U, Rick :lol:

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Posted 29 September 2010 - 01:48 PM

Thanks for letting us know Jean,

And welcome to the Forum! The Web's the thing for bigtime dissemination (and do we have a message!).

TB&G2U, Rick :(


Great idea! My daughter (not a reader ... yet!) spends a lot of time in SL and I have an account (rarely visited), so this might give me an incentive to get in there a bit more.
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