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    tmac1956
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    Bob:

    I’ve been buying the books from your suggested list and finally found your book at Amazon. I’m looking forward to the information therein. Until recently, it’s been hard to find. Suddenly, they have several available so I snapped one up.

    Later,
    Tom

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    Bob Tascione
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    :) Hope you like it Tom.

    Bob

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    tmac1956
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    Bob, et al…

    Your book really completes the watchmaking course, which I suppose was it’s original purpose. I only wish I’d had this when I enrolled in the course as it does fill in much of the technical data that isn’t really possible to cover in five or six videos – “the why” we do things versus “the how” we do them.

    Just a thought… you could make these available through LuLu.com for the new folks. I know they are a little pricey, but it would have been worth it for me at least.

    Very nicely done!

    Thanks,
    Tom

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    Bob Tascione
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    Thanks Tom,
    Yes the physical book was part of the DVD Course. Something I think you may have missed though…the book is also in the Online Course. It’s the text section of the Watch Course. You can get to that section several ways when logged in but one simple way is to take a look at the ‘Orange’ links on the left hand side of the page (may need to scroll down) when you first log in to the course. You’ll see the names of the chapters in Orange. Just click any one of them and you will be taken to the text section. I no longer sell the physical book to the public as well as the DVDs but the dvds are available to existing members who want them for their collection and I might make the book available again also. Here’s a link to the DVDs:
    http://tascione.com/dvd_sales_page.html

    Thanks again Tom,
    Bob

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    tmac1956
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    All:

    Has anyone ever read the book entitled “Scientific Timing” by Charles Purdom, 1949? Just curious…

    Thanks!
    Tom

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