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Oct 10 2019 Email (Oct 2019)
A word... Welcome to the triedit.net newsletter.  I recently lost all prior newsletters and contacts, and have imported a general list.  If you do not want to recieve these newsletters (about 4 a year) PLEASE UNSUBSCRIBE.  If you enjoy it, and know others who would as well, please invite them to subscribe using this link: http://bit.ly/trieditnews   The website is currently undergoing a massive restructuring and it is taking longer than expected.  You'll get a

Jan 2020 Email (Jan 2020)
Canadian Cryptozoology Interested in monsters?  Check out the Centre for Fortean Zoology Canadian blog at https://cfz-canada.blogspot.com/   If you are interested in contributing an article that you have authored, please email robin@triedit.net Website Update The triedit.net website is now live, but the members area is not working just yet.  Once it is up and running, that area will be available for free and paid memberships and provide downloads, courses, and much mor

Apr 2020 iTriedit Newsletter (Apr 2020)
Alone Together How are you?  Are you safe?  This is a weird time, even in our weird world.  Hopefully this virus stuff will be over soon, but it looks like we're in for a bit of a ride.     This is a great time to do research or upgrade your skills. Many univeristy sites online offer free courses and I highly recommend them.  Google what you want to learn about-electricity, architecture, history, or even a specific person, remember that Google is your frie

Apr 2020 iTriedit Newsletter (Apr 2020)
Alone Together How are you?  Are you safe?  This is a weird time, even in our weird world.  Hopefully this virus stuff will be over soon, but it looks like we're in for a bit of a ride.     This is a great time to do research or upgrade your skills. Many univeristy sites online offer free courses and I highly recommend them.  Google what you want to learn about-electricity, architecture, history, or even a specific person, remember that Google is your frie




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