But see May 2014. http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x43g.pdf
British Library. To Neil Smith.
To firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
cc A Craven, Acting Director,
Information Systems, British Library,
St. Panchras, London.
cc David Inglis, i.c The Digital Project,
British Library, St. Panchras, London
I shall email this to you, plus slomail copies to Craven and Inglis.
I described Permaw twice to you in writing two years ago. You have never
acknowledged that I communicated with you. Neither have any of your
superiors. After a delay approaching two years when all officers of British
Library have not acknowledged that I attempted to communicate with them
about Permaw, I shall start to put this and my future attempts to get
response from the British Library, onto my website
www.electromagnetism.demon.co.uk/ under "British Library" in the index.
Permaw potentially makes the British Library self-financing, but BL has to
start the very cheap project before competitors like MIT etc. get started. I
have only communicated with BL on the idea, which is simple, but new.
If it is taken up elsewhere, it is important that it be on record that all
officials of BL persisted for two years or more in refusing to admit that I
had approached them.
I am a taxpayer.
Ivor Catt 3jan01
----- Original Message -----
From: Ivor Catt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, December 04, 2000 3:50 PM
Subject: No reply
> cc A Craven, Acting Director, Information Systems, British Library, St.
> Panchras, London.
> To; Neil Smith, Digital Project, British Library.
> I have approached you periodically for two years, and never received an
> Can you hear me?
> Ivor Catt 01727 864257