[NTLK] Newton Inventory ... ?

Tony Morrow gizmo1482 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 23 20:36:13 EDT 2013

On Apr 23, 2013, at 7:51 PM, Dan wrote:

> I have been wondering the same.  Haven't heard a thing either.  I
> haven't tried emailing him in the past couple of months though.
> -Dan

The last thing I saw was a post from Stefan post on the list in July saying much of his time had been taken up with his job and family. Here is what he wrote:

> On Jun 18, 2012, at 9:51 PM, Stefan Thorsteinson wrote:
> Hi Chris, (et. all)
> That would indeed be me. I'm not even going to try and get your hopes up by sending you a list of the goods. I will say that your patience level will have to be considerably less than many others reading this now.
> I thought things were going to be so much easier now. My last position carried significant responsibility and required 60-70hrs a week to stay on top of things. Here I am working for a another organization (since last October) that only requires 40 hrs a week, when I'm in the office. Since last November I have been sent to remote sites all around western Canada. No sooner do I finish one assignment than do they find another for me. I think I have been home about 10 days total in the last 3 months. For the married gentleman among us; you know "She Who Shall Be Obeyed" takes precedence over any perceived free time you thought you may have. (Then again, maybe it's just me.)
> Believe me, my heart is in the right place. I'm just having a rough time getting through everything. Progress is happening. I park in the garage again because I took up a room in the basement and moved everything indoors. There is another glimmer of light at the end of tunnel too. I've negotiated with my employer to share the load with others so that I can get some degree of normality back. I'm actually home trying get through 300+ emails and pack myself for another trip. My dearest has blessed me with a father's day present I can't pass up. She has seen fit to line up a 10 day fishing trip for me. She even talked to my employer to set up the time off. She got me an 18 year old to take on the trip too. (Glenfiddich) Bless her heart! I think I'll keep her. 
> I can assure everyone that your request is not lost. I did reclaim my PST file and everything is there. No one has lost their priority either. If your interest has changed when I contact you, I'll understand. The next person in line will be contacted. Anyone who was looking for a memory card should know that 16MB & 20MB cards are a no-go. The 4MB cards are plentiful and brand new. (small victories)
> Thank you all. Your understanding is appreciated.
> Stefan Thorsteinson

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