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New file format?

By wesley.chin ·
With the status of being one of the most populous places, will the discussions between two countries to develop a ".epub" ebook format bring new headaches for IT?

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I hate to be the one to point out the bleeding obvious, but ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to New file format?

This is the FOURTH post that you've made in the last hour or so THAT DOESN'T BELONG IN THIS FORUM.

You are posting with DISCUSSION topics - they belong in the Discussions Forum.

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Happy Holidays OM

by Kenone In reply to I hate to be the one to p ...

Maybe it's just the time of year, Yes, I see your point but, well, I just can't get behind it this time of year.

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Inkahol has yet to pass my printer's lips ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Happy Holidays OM

Alcohol is not present in any way shape or form as yet.

Perhaps with the passage of time and ingestion of CH3CH(OH)CH3, my grump will subside into mellowness. :)

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A Toast ta ye then <NT>

by Kenone In reply to Inkahol has yet to pass m ...
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Slanje va, agus Laphroaig ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to A Toast ta ye then <NT>
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White cane with every bottle

by biz In reply to Inkahol has yet to pass m ...

If you drink iso-Propanol (CH3CH(OH)CH3 you will likely have more than a hangover.

CH3CH2OH (Ethanol) is probably what you are looking for.

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I always add water ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to White cane with every bot ...

It stems back to my days in Print.

Christmas parties on the 'shop floor' in printing companies was a highly charged, not to mention very dangerous, affair.

To varying degrees and using various recipes, I witnessed over a number of years, concoctions that would circumvent every Customs & Excise rule in the UK. Printers have access to things like Methyl-Ethyl-Ketone (MEK - a solvent so powerful that one deep inhalation via the nostrils is a signature for almost instant death, Blanket Wash - a combination of isopropyl elements whose recipe escapes me for the moment, Damper Solution - which is basically an alkaline solution of dangerous levels, plus copious quantities of both Deep Etch Solution and Gum Arabic.

Now don't ask me what the percentages were but Christmas parties in printing companies always had a bowl of 'Punch' that carried one **** of a kick and always was the product of the Plate-Making Department.

CH3CH(OH)CH3 made up a fair percentage of the overall mix.

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