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Old 01-20-2023, 08:35 AM   #4
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What happened to Jim? I met him in person once, and despite his curmudgeon ways, I found him to be a very warm and friendly person.
That he is, no doubt. And very smart/knowledgeable.
And some of the perceived curmudgeonliness was just his sense of humor. He was a master at saying the most outrageous stuff, utterly deadpan. If you didn't work out that it was a joke, too bad for you. If you didn't get it and thought he was a jerk as a result, too bad for you again. He really didn't worry much what other folks thought of him.
I liked him online right away and liked him more when we met and worked together; he used to be one of the tech help mainstays at Rick Altman's CorelWorld and VenturaWorld conferences.

   
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