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June 16, 2003
Robert Basler is the president of Aurora Systems, Inc. and has been a dedicated OS/2 user since he tired of rebooting Windows 3.1 twenty times a day. He spends what free time he can manage travelling the world. Photo was taken at Franz Josef glacier, New Zealand.

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From The Editor

So long...

I'm quite pleased with what we've accomplished during my term as Editor in Chief. We've had a number of articles I'm really proud of and continue to refer people to, we've had some great discussions with our readership, we've gotten a little festive (I loved that animation) from time to time, the eZine is pretty well organized, and producing each issue is just a bit easier.

I want to really thank everyone who dropped me a line this month with such kind words. It is nice to know that so many people appreciate the work we do here at OS/2 eZine. While this is my last issue as Editor in Chief, I'm leaving the eZine in the capable hands of Isaac Leung . I am really looking forward to sitting down to see what he does with the OS/2 eZine on July 16th. Isaac has been a long-time contributor to the eZine, so while he is working on his new editor duties, it is up to you, the OS/2 community, to try to fill the void he is leaving by submitting articles of your own.

Thanks also to everyone who volunteered to take on the Editor in Chief position. I was rather shocked at the overwhelming number of volunteers for the position, when so many consider our community dead. We had a number of impressive candidates with a wide variety of expertise, which made the decision-making process for me a lot harder. In the end I think Isaac has the best combination of technical and language skills for the position. I just hope that when Isaac is ready to retire, that some of those same people will consider taking on the position again.

I'd also like to thank Dennis Bareis, Blueprint Software Works, Sundial Systems Corporation, Norman and Ken Yee and last, but certainly not least, Dadaware. You folks have all played an important part in producing the OS/2 eZine every month.

Last, and most significantly, I'd like to thank my wife Wendy for her patience and understanding all those Saturdays when I was hunched over the laptop editing articles or resizing pictures rather than taking her out hiking, biking or kayaking. In my defense, I did always make sure to take her on Sundays.

Don't forget to play.

Robert Basler
Editor in Chief
OS/2 eZine

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