A Few Updates ...

Hello Friends of the Butter Lamb and happy Friday. I wanted to make you aware of some potential issues with the latest edition of The Butter Lamb News, give you about an update or two, and tell you about a slight change of plans.

Issues with The Butter Lamb News issue #4: 

Issue #4 of The Butter Lamb News has mailed. Since then, I have learned that a few folks have experienced some problems with it. First, there seems to be some garbled text on page 5, in the item about the Kripke Dictionary Collection. I am sorry about that. I must confess I am not sure why this is happening, as the text doesn't show up like this on my computer screen. I know it has something to do with the graphic above the text, so the lesson here is that I need to be more careful about where I place images. This hasn't happened in every issue, so you may not encounter this problem. Second, it's been reported by at least one reader that one of the pages is his copy of issue #4 was upside down. (How embarrassing!) I don't think this problem is widespread -- I thought I caught the pages I messed up during the production of this issue -- but one or two may have slipped by. Sorry about that too. These unacceptable errors are all due to the new printing process I've adopted and, clearly, I'm still working out the kinks. In any event, you should be aware that since The Butter Lamb News is free for the asking, if you ever receive an issue with problems, I'll gladly send you a revised copy. Just let me know!

PDFS of Issue #4

And speaking of issue #4, the PDF version of this issue is finally available. You can find it here.

Word of the Week and Other Stuff

Two weeks ago, I made the bold pronouncement that I'd be posting new stuff on this blog on a more regular basis. One of those new things was to be a "word of the week." Well, after posting the first one, I up and left town for vacation. In retrospect, I should have waited to start the word of the week when I got back. Live and learn. Bottom line: expect new stuff appearing more regularly beginning next week. And hey, speaking of "live and learn," one of the other new items will be a bi-weekly post/newsletter called Live and Learn. 

Joe3's Moments of Zen

Finally, I thought I'd let you know that if you ever need to take a break from all these words, you can chill with Joe3's Moments of Zen -- a YouTube channel featuring short videos of life at it's most relaxing. As of this typing, there are 40 videos on the channel, with the latest offering a brief glimpse from my trip down South.


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