One Last Appeal For Your "Vote"

As I write this month's column, our presidential election is still up for grabs, a dead man is the duly elected senator from Missouri, and our soon-to-be former first lady now gets to move down the street to work in the U. S.

Columns From: 12/1/2000 Modern Machine Shop, ,

As I write this month's column, our presidential election is still up for grabs, a dead man is the duly elected senator from Missouri, and our soon-to-be former first lady now gets to move down the street to work in the U.S. Capitol. In spite of these and other bizarre aspects of the 2000 election, we can be pleased that we did our sacred duty as citizens by voting. Now the ball is in the court of the elected.

Hopefully, by the time you receive this issue of Modern Machine Shop all of the results will be known, and we'll have a good two years to argue about the pluses and minuses of what those results mean. You've got to love this country.

All this political fodder makes for entertaining and stimulating discussions, but its impact on how metalworking shops do the job is indirect at best. What you are holding in you hand, however, is designed to provide direct impact on getting the metalworking job done. Since 1928, Modern Machine Shop has dedicated itself to this goal. The articles and information in this little magazine can make a difference in how effective, efficient and profitable your shop is. We're about delivering new technological ideas along with examples of applied technology in a way that is useful to your shop. We hope you agree because this month we're asking for the magazine equivalent of your vote—that is, your subscription renewal.

We've created three different ways to make sure you can continue to receive your free, monthly issue of Modern Machine Shop magazine.

The most obvious method is to use the postage paid card attached to the cover of your December 2000 issue. It's the classic way to let us know you want to receive MMS. Just fill it in, sign as indicated, and pop it into the mail. No stamp needed and it's self-addressed.

You can also fax the card directly to us at (513) 527-8830. Experience tells us it's better to make an enlarged copy of the card before filling it out and faxing it. An enlargement of 135 percent usually does the trick. Be sure a copy of the mailing label is visible on the fax.

And, of course, we have an Internet renewal method. To use it, go to www.mmsonline.com/subcribe and follow the instructions. Some of these instructions will require information that's on your mailing label so you'll want to have that handy when you log on. If you know someone, like you, who could use MMS, pass this online subscription information on to them. Thanks for your support and remember, every vote counts!

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