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here are the extra points

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ITsheresomewhere earned 100 total points
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Ooops  almost overlooked this.

How is the pursuit of the unusual situation going?  Or were you successful in convincing the client to just put in a simple small peer to peer network?

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The product from Applica was $300 - The client figured they'd be adding more computers, so I sold them a real network. It didn't sound like applica was doing much business.
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Yes I would imagine as such.  It is really a very specilized situation thing that can make logical sense but possibly not pratical economical sense when all things are considered.  Well glad you got things worked out in any case.

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