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I just wanted to give my thanks to the Permies team for having me on board as a guest this last week. Its been an interesting experience and reminded me of how time consuming forums can be and even more so when you are attempting to answer many of the questions and counter questions posed. Thanks also to the patient and interested folks out there who put up some great questions.

I now look forward to the launch of eHD this week (http://www.heenandoherty.com/events/ehd-1-keyline-basics-geometry) and hopefully this will address some of the gulf's of understanding people have around the great system of Keyline Design.

Thanks again for the opportunity and all the best,

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Thanks to you...

I have run a forum and tried to solve some time consuming issues:
- I had written the main stuffs already, with obvious titles (a sort of book those topics are the chapters).
- I oriented people to the main subjects.
...did not want to write the same stuff again and again!
- it was for me the opportunity to write down what was missing!
(That is very useful for preparing a book... )
- I kept re-writing myself in a way more and more people could understand quicker and quicker. This was the most rewarding. I started by "ups, I had to read you 3 times to understand", and ended up with people who understood at the first reading what had cost me an internal brainfight to learn myself!

Thanks for the new brainfight I have at the moment, I feel back at school! And I WILL get it, hey!
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