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    Re: NavList in the thin air
    From: Frank Reed
    Date: 2013 Jan 15, 12:05 -0800

    Alex, you wrote:
    "The link does not work :-("

    Sorry about that, Alex. After I posted my message from 18,000 feet, Jim Wilson posted a message showing the flight info display in the Concorde cabin. Jim has until now been using an archaic email service from "juno.com" which causes all sorts of technical problems and also includes annoying advertisements in each message. When I saw that his message was corrupted, I attempted to replace it with a simple plain text version during a layover in Philadelphia. Most people got the correct link. Some did not. Here, again, is the link to Jim's photo:

    PS: I also informed Jim that messages from "juno.com" can no longer be accepted. If anyone is feeling helpful, you might talk to him off-list about getting a new email account or posting from the message boards.

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