very nasty virus!
andrew stafford <>
Wed, 28 Jun 2000 02:06:34 -0700 (PDT)
Colin Clarke posted this on to me and I thought it
worthy of a spot on birding-aus further to my posting
on the so-called "nasty virus" earlier this week.
To Russell Woodford: Russell, do you have any
guidelines on the reporting or non-reporting of
viruses on birding-aus?
On the lighter side :-) I received this the other
<<<< This is a "DIY" virus. I have unfortunately been
very busy lately
haven't had the time to write a virus. So please take
a couple of
to open Windows and randomly delete 10 or 12 files
(including a minimum
3 system files) and then send this e-mail on to
everyone on your mailing list. Thank you for your
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ns Storm Petrels have been seen inshore.
Generally you have to be lucky to experience these conditions on the weekend
as it seems to often fall during the weekday. But when you are lucky, its an
South-westerly condions or even fairly calm day's at the above 2 points can
still provide reasonable views of 4 species of Albatross, Giant Petrels,
Common Diving Petrels, Shearwaters and Prions.
This weekend may provide fairly good conditions at both points. Just need to
keep aware of the weather conditions.
Happy Sea watching!
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