EMAIL POLICY FOR NEN, AND NOTE TO CONTRIBUTORS AND READERS
EMAIL POLICY FOR NEN
We appreciate that many persons are taking advantage of the "no cost" email to send 20 to many copies of information to their friends. The volume of our email is so large that we must institute the following policy:
We welcome information on new energy topics. Please address such topics directly to the email address below.
We welcome specific inquiries from readers and energy enthusiasts. We will try to honor your queries by sending you appropriate information either by email or ordinary mail.
We welcome technical contributions of a constructive informative nature. Letters concerned mainly with criticism or suggestions of "what went wrong in your experiment" are deemed to be of little value to NEN.
We welcome publishable articles, especially related to experimental evidence of new-energy experiments. Articles should be submitted by mail with easy to scan type and drawings.
We welcome constructive comments about NEN and how we can improve each issue.
If you have any important message and can afford a stamp or a phone call, you will ensure daily consideration of your message. We will do our best with email but it is much more time consuming than handling a letter or a fax.
Dr. Pat Bailey continues to post selected, timely information on the INE web site. However, for complete, private, and the most timely information, you will receive it first by subscribing to New Energy News. When we can afford to do so, we will have a members-only accessible posting on some part of the growing world-wide communication system.
Thank you for your understanding. Your comments are invited.
Hal Fox, Editor NEN
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E-mail: Hal Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org , or Patrick Bailey at email@example.com
NOTE TO CONTRIBUTORS AND READERS OF NEN
Contributors of articles are requested to state whether their names & addresses should be printed.
Readers: If you desire to contact a contributor to NEN whose name and address have been withheld by their request, you may mail a letter to NEN and we will forward the letter.
Also: Please give us a short and accurate TITLE for each of your letters!
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Feb. 23, 1998.