I thought some of you might be interested in this announcement in light
of all the discussions we had in the past about graphing calculators.
The "Tom" to whom David Goldfield refers in the message is our own Tom
Lye, who as many of you know, was a Math teacher for a number of years.
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Date: Tue, 12 Mar 1996 11:08:54 -0500
From: David Goldfield <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Multiple recipients of list <email@example.com>
Blazie Engineering is now shipping Graphit, our graphing calculator
program. If you have a Braille embosser, you can use this program to
produce Braille graphs of mathematical equasions. We have two versions:
one for our line of notetakers for $49, and one for the Pc for $149.00.
Since I'm far from a math head, Tom Lye, our resident mathematics expert,
is probably far more qualified than I to answer specific questions about
this program's capabilities. Now, if we write a program for English
majors, this may be in my field of expertise. <grin>
Anyway, the program is shipping now. Give us a call or send us
email if you have any questions about this program. Tom's address is
Well, if Tom's mailbox is deluged with messages, I'm sure I'll hear about
this. <evil grin>
105 East Jarrettsville Road
Forest Hill, Maryland 21050
voice: (410) 893-9333
fax: (410) 836-5040
The opinions expressed in the above message are strictly those of
the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Blazie Engineering.
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