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Shew... I believe that I'm caught up on emails....
|Posted on July 26, 2016 at 23:38:19|
Joined: June 29, 2000
Apologies for my tardiness in responding quickly enough.
But try to remember that I am one person designing, building, and packing orders.
Also, please don't use the forum here as a bitch board. If you need to please send me another email... Be polite. And give me a bit of breathing room.
Especially if your query is asking for many details... Some emails that I receive would require significant amounts of my time to respond fully and completely...
Given the limited human resources available those queries get pushed down the list from the practical consideration that I don't have enough time right away to respond fully.
Perhaps I should be more proactive and suggest that those queries be posted to the forum where other viewers may be able to assist or provide info\guidance to the inquirer.
In many cases if the person did a Google search or searched the AA MQ archives they could get the info they are asking for and it would save me the time of doing the research... Which again, realistically, I only have limited time to do.
Builder of MagneQuest & Peerless transformers since 1989
|RE: Shew... I believe that I'm caught up on emails.... , posted on July 29, 2016 at 17:14:16|
Joined: August 23, 2005
My own $0.02....
I have run my own shop, all by myself, as Mike is doing. Running your own shop by yourself is like work times ten. You are your own manager, designer, engineer, marketing team, janitor, repair person, customer service, spokesperson, accountant, stock keeper, shipping department, etc. The amount of time and effort that Mike puts into responses is highly admirable. I can hardly recall a large company ever responding to me in such technical detail about a problem or design request.
I agree with Mike when he notes: "Perhaps I should be more proactive and suggest that those queries be posted to the forum where other viewers may be able to assist or provide info\guidance to the inquirer."
Having a pool of experienced users is what "forums" are about.
I just wanted to note to others that Mike is doing a ton of work, and we should be mindful of the sheer amount of effort he puts into keeping us happy with his great work.
Mike, I really appreciate it.
|RE: +1 to that reply , posted on July 30, 2016 at 22:37:08|
Joined: June 9, 2002
Yep, the life of a sole trader is as hard as it gets in business.
Everyone should try it once in there life it may be a mind/life changer !