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Posted Sat Apr 27, 2002, 12:00am
Subject: Survey Comments and Responses by Mark Prince
 

Survey Comments and Responses
by Mark Prince

Lots of questionnaires filled out, and lots of comments to peruse - Mark answers a whole whack of them this week.
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Posted Sun Apr 28, 2002, 9:41am
Subject: The Rant & Rave (April 27/02)
 

Excellent article on survey comments & reviews that always keeps the reader abreast of the latest updates on Coffeegeek. Mark,will you be going to Coffeefest in Atlantic City June 7 - 9/02,& doing updates there too?? Cheers,Craig {;-)
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Posted Sun Apr 28, 2002, 11:16am
Subject: Another "Fest" In Vancouver...
 

There's also a coffee and food show in Vancouver around that time, so no, I won't be making an Atlantic City trip :) Besides, I don't know if my wallet could handle it.
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Posted Mon Apr 29, 2002, 6:00pm
Subject: Thanks Mark
 

We readers apparently expect a lot more hard work :)  Thanks for your time putting all of this together Mark.  Daily updates from the SCAA show would be fantastic.
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Posted Tue Apr 30, 2002, 1:07pm
Subject: Great JOB!
 

Mark:

Your doing a great job!!  I look into this site everyday and have been monitoring the changes.  It's been fenomenal!!  Always looking forward to signing on every day.

Take cAre,
ER
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Posted Tue Apr 30, 2002, 9:07pm
Subject: More in store?!
 

Mark;

Just thought I'd chime in as a daily visitor to CG. You're doing an awesome job. Had I never come across your site(s), I would be about $4,000 richer with a far less complicated life.

That just HAS to be saying something!
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Posted Tue Apr 30, 2002, 9:09pm
Subject: Yikes...
 

Man, I gotta figure out a way to make some dough off all all this "taking money out of people's pocket" thing goin' on :)

Thanks for the feedback guys. This sounds corny, but it's true - comments like this make it all worth it.
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