just visited your site, and read your past issues. I love
your writing style! Anything that brings me a smile in the
middle of a busy day gets my 'thumbs up'!
article will appear in today's issue, and I can honestly say
that it's one I'm proud to present to my readership. You've
obviously got article writing down to a science. Please continue
to submit your writing to me. It's not easy to find quality
writing such as yours!
The Portal to Success
Thanks for the article. It is great! I learned some things
about Birkenstock history. I will forward it to Jerry. I am
satisfied with it just the way it is."
greatly appreciate the work Phil Hanson has done for my business,
and for me. For starters, he helped develop a communication
to the Baker City Planning Commission and the city council
that helped me to get a zoning law changed. That change allowed
me to open an adult foster home in a commercial districtsomething
that was previously not permitted in our city. Phil was also
instrumental in developing our Foster Home Web site, www.transition-home.com,
doing a great job with the editing, proofreading and some
of the development. He has a gift that goes far beyond simple
proofreading and editing. He's able to grasp an author's intention
and restate things in a concise, understandable and meaningful
can't count on spell checkers, but you can count on Phil."
Cahill's response to the first article I submitted to her:
Phil! I think you're pulling my leg (huge grin!) about being
new to the web, 'cause even if you are, you have NOTHING to
worry about with insight like this.
just LOVE THIS! Wow!
writing articles, aren't you? If not, you most certainly should
consider doing so.
YOU again, I'm looking forward to printing this in Monday's
WizWorld MRC Newsletter
response to my editorial What's in a Name?, published
Petey's Pipeline E-zine:
I've even got goosebumps :))))
is just absolutely incredible. Absolutely 210% amazing!!
dumbstruck... Not something easily done LOL!
Geracitano's response to a critique I wrote about a Web site
she was helping to design for Gary Shawkey, International:
there, Phil! :o)
you SO much for participating in this feedback quest of mine!
You have offered me the best, most informative input yet....
at the pages through your eyes helped me very much. Now I
can go back to my co-workers at GSI and give them the information
that will hopefully lead to a better presentation!
ability to catch the smallest details is a talent I obviously
don't have. When the writers of the copy asked me to proof
read the page, I found the mistakes that were obvious, but
thanks to you, I now see the ones that I missed.
again for the very valuable input."