Well Done on the ARRSE newsletter fellas!!

Discussion in 'ARRSE: Site Issues' started by Mutineer, Jun 5, 2009.

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  1. Probably the wrong forum, but it somehow feels so right.

    Well done on the first ARRSE newsletter. A quality publication for your loyal followers. I suspect there may be competition to get the 'Most Posts' mention in issues to come!

    I shall have it printed and framed, and my grandchildren will be able to sell it at auction for a large sum of money when they clear my house after my demise. :D
  2. Do they need a proof reader?

  3. "Proofreader" is one word, Tubs. So I guess you've just ruled yourself out.

    However, as a professional translator for some 35 years and being able to proofread monolingual English texts at a rate of something like 100,000 words per day (seriously), I'd be more than happy to take on the task at no charge, were it offered to me.

  4. Poo ! I didn't get one, (and yes my e-mail is up to date) :x

    Anyone selling a copy :?
  5. LancePrivateJones

    LancePrivateJones LE Book Reviewer

    Neither did I, and my email is up to date as well.

    Could I have one please?
  6. Bugger...

    My only defence is that I have been drinking since lunch.

    I did write it as one word first, tried it several times each way and then opted for the safety of splitting it as, surely, someone who reads proof can be described as a proof reader?

    Anyway, I have done this sort of thing before (when sober) and would also offer my services for free. Maybe two sets of eyes could be better than one?

    BTW 100,000 words per day? Nowt! When I were a lad we didn't even have words...

  7. Good CO

    Good CO LE Admin

    Photocopier's tits up. BCO is having to type them out individually. Give it a few weeks.
  8. Newsletter posted HERE in .pdf - not pretty but the links work.
  9. The present Mrs Van says,"You've got more porn in your e-mail". I looked with growing anticipation,then I saw it was from ARRSE.Nice one guys.
    I was particularly pleased with the £50 voucher for M+S.Pity for the guys who have not had their news letters yet.
  10. Biped

    Biped LE Book Reviewer

    Not a lot of point me trolling all day long to not get in the top ten 'Bore of the Week' list is there!?!?!?
  11. Gremlin

    Gremlin LE Good Egg (charities)

    Haven't you two heard of Gestetners! :)
  12. Biped

    Biped LE Book Reviewer

    Is that like, er, lithography?
  13. You're actually closer than you think there, Biped. There are three techniques for printing: raised (your average carved potato, but also newspaper print and woodcuts), intaglio (cut in, as in etchings, copper engravings, steel engravings) and flat (lithography - printing from a flat stone (or zinc sheet) based on the principle of oil and water-based elements not mixing).

    Lithography was invented by Aloys Senefelder in Munich in 1796 and is a flat print. Since a Gestetner prints through a waxed sheet perforated by the letters of a typewriter, it's also a flat print.

    Flat prints have the advantage that hardly any pressure is needed to obtain a print, whereas, for instance, etchings and copper and steel engravings need something like 60 kiloponds of pressure psi, which not only concaves the printing plates, it also seriously reduces the number of prints that can be made due to the crushing of the motif-carrier. Although steel engravings (invented by Charles Heath in 1840) are somewhat better in that respect.

  14. Just found the July ARRSE newsletter. It's pretty damned good!!
    It seems to give a very good overview of what has been going on on the site.
    Nice one!!! :D
  15. Nice Second Effort by the Good, Bad and the Ugly... looks very good...

    Cheers guys, Nice Effort...