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    Re: Whwre is Jan Kalivoda?
    From: Alexandre Eremenko
    Date: 2007 Apr 26, 10:25 -0400

    Do you know how to contact him privately?
    You may reply off the list of course:-)
    I just wanted to ask him a copy of the German 1880 paper
    on the statistic of the Lunars which he apparently has.
    On Wed, 25 Apr 2007 navlist@historicalatlas.net wrote:
    > Alex writes:
    > "Does anyone know why Jan Kalivoda no longer seems to be on the list? And
    > how to contact him. When I joined the  (old) list in 2003 or so, he was
    > still a member. "
    > Apart from five messages posted on two days in April of 2006, Jan Kalivoda
    > stopped posting to the navigation list in October of 2004, just two weeks
    > after you joined. His last substantive post was on October 1, 2004 although
    > he did post one later message asking how to change his email address signed
    > on to the list. According to a message from Bruce Stark arounf that time
    > (where is Bruce, by the way?), Jan K. had to get off the list because too
    > much email was going to his business email address. You may recall there was
    > a big boom in list volume about that time. October, 2004 still holds the
    > record for the highest list volume, averaging 25 posts per day.
    > People come and go from this activity, both the activity of celestial
    > navigation and the activity of posting online about celestial navigation.
    > You'll see people filled with enthusiasm for a year maybe, and then they're
    > done. They've learned what they're going to learn, said what they needed to
    > say, and so they move on to other activities. They get outside more and
    > enjoy the fresh air. They go boating . Another MIA is Jim Thompson. Many
    > of you will recall that he posted here daily, built a big web site filled
    > with celestial navigation info, and seemed to have boundless enthusiasm for
    > the topic. Then he stopped posting, and the web site disappeared, too.
    >  -FER
    > www.HistoricalAtlas.com/lunars
    > >
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