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From: Abigail Ann Davis <guin@red-bean.com>

  0. How (that is, by whom) did you join Red Bean, and approximately
     when?  Who in Red Bean knows you in real life, so we could ask
     them if you suddenly appear to disappear?

0.  I got my account because I was living with Noel because Robin and I
were in grad school together and ended up living together not too long
after Noel moved out here to Santa Barbara.  Well, now Noel is gone but
his memory lives on in our accounts.

  1. Do you use Red Bean as your primary email address and/or primary
     Web server (i.e., is your home page here)?

1. I use red-bean as my primary account at home:  I also have one at
work, adavis@suptech.com, which I check more frequently during the week.
 Most of my mail goes through there, including a lot of personal mail,
but I like to have the red-bean account specifically because it won't
change when I move or change jobs, though my access to it may.

  2. Do you know anything about Unix system administration?
     Programming?  Tell everything about you and computers... :-)

2. "I see nothink..."  Seriously, I know very little.  I am solidly in
the computer user class:  I know how to do things like change background
colors in my primary OS, which is Windows, and I know the very basics of
other systems, including Unix.  That's it.  Also, though it irks me to
impose on others to set up my own account, the truth is that I would
rather it weren't necessary for me to fool with that layer ever at all. 

  3. Anything else about yourself you'd like made known?  Put it here,
     anything goes.

3.  I'm a techie, I swear I am... a wireless communications engineer by
trade.  But I'm not at all a hacker by personality or inclination. 
There are lots of other cool things about me too, that have nothing to
do with email.

  4. Optional information: what's your snail address and phone, in
     case something goes down and we need to reach you that way?
     (This information will not be published on the Web unless you
     specifically grant permission.)

4. Snail mail and phone, which you are welcome to disseminate:

	6244 Aberdeen Ave. Goleta, CA 93117-2002;  805-964-1892
	also, the other email address: adavis@suptech.com

  5. Do you play bagpipes?
5.  Well, as I have never tried, I cannot in all honesty say that I am
unable to produce a sound from bagpipes.  However, I am certain that I
couldn't produce any sound that could be classified as music.  (Between
being totally unexperienced, nearly tone-deaf, and, well, the intrinsic
limitations of the instrument, I give that a 98% certainty level.)