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Old 01-01-2008, 10:15 AM   #5
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My idea is to make just a few easy new year's resolutions. Here are two for myself.

1) Make more frequent backups of my three computers. I have Acronis, I just have to get with it.

2) Work harder on getting Pegasus to stop SPAM and file messages.

My other idea is to ask the forum staff to review our resolutions here at some point in the future. Ask us whether we actually did any of the resolutions we mentioned here. Maybe on Independence Day, or on Christmas? KT, what do you think of that?
I have no objection to revisiting the topic, even resuscitating this thread.

But why need it be staff? You can be our anointed resolution monitor!

   
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