[FPSPACE] Proposed "CIS Space Activity 2000"

Brian Harvey brharvey@iol.ie
Fri, 06 Oct 2000 09:04:32 -0700

on 1/10/00 1:39 pm, Phillip Clark at psclark@dircon.co.uk wrote:

> To follow-on from Rex Hall's posting earlier today ......
> I am actually working on this report at present on the basis that if I can
> get a lot of the material written already then come the beginning of the
> New Millenium (the _true_ one, that is) I will be able to easily finish
> the report, ready to have it available from the end of January next year.
> The unknown will be the price, and that depends upon two things: one is
> the length of the report and the other is the number of people interested
> in buying a copy.   The more that I know in advance are interested in
> buying a copy the lower I can pitch the price.   I know that this sounds
> mercenary, but unlike Teledyne Brown and Kaman Sciences who were behind
> Nick Johnson's reports I need to make a living out of my writing !
> Anyway, Rex is letting me know people who respond directly him and I shall
> be keeping details of any who respond directly to me, so that will give me
> an idea of the number of people interested and thus what price to fix once
> the report is finished.
> One thing: this report is looking just at the CIS programme in 2000 (with
> tabular details to fill the gap from Nick last report which was to the end
> of 1994), rather than being a worldwide review.
> Phillip Clark
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> Specialist in "space archeology" - the older and more obscure the more
> interesting it is !
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I'd be interested.   Thanks for asking.

One idea might be if you were to circulate people with an indicative set of
price ranges they might be prepared or not prepared to go with.