Posted by Jayne on June 29, 1999 at 10:57:36:
In Reply to: Re: Director's cut...and LOTM Technology posted by Jo on June 29, 1999 at 08:33:09:
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: : : :Okay so, I am a major Luddite--I confess!!!! I buckled under and got a CD player in '92 JUST so I could listen to my LOTM soundtrack. I finally got online in July '98 JUST so I could locate other Mohicanites. NOW it looks as though I will be forced into the new realm of DVD technology--JUST so I can see The Director's Cut if/when it is released! Obviously if it weren't for LOTM, I would still be in a cave.....
: : : Pilgrim Penny--slowly warming to the year 2000.......
: : Hi, Pilgrim Penny.
: : I can relate to your technology experiences. I had never used the computer for anything but word processing until April. Shortly after visiting Chimney Rock and being swept away by LOTM and its beautiful NC scenery, I took an internet class and happened upon this website. Now I visit almost daily - it was a real incentive for me to learn more about using the internet and its opportunites. Bring on the DVD version - I'm ready!
: : I find it fascinating that most of us who visit this site seem to be pretty caught up in the past and enjoy history; yet we all are quite reliant on this high-tech computer stuff!
: Hello Jayne;
: Welcome to the site; glad you posted! Yes, this technology stuff has also caught me inbetween a rock and a hard spot; now need to figure out the DVD stuff...won't my LOTM hubby be pleased!!!!
: Be sure to check out the site; it's an interesting one beyond the board; lots of GREAT stuff.
Whenever I think I spend too much time on this darn computer and at this website, I change my mind when I get a nice welcome from someone like you! And I have had several so it keeps me coming back - not to mention all the other parts besides the board. Believe me, I have visited nearly all of this site and have really enjoyed the good reading and communications with all of you. I took a trip in May to NC and visited many of the locations of LOTM (after buying THE location book, of course); but I've decided the Gathering would be a much more fun and informative way to see more of the NC mountains. Hope to do it next year.
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