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Re: arsclist record archive
As a dealer and professional appraiser, let me suggest you do something more
rewarding with your time. It is nearly certain that you won't recover
minimum wage or anything close to it for the time you'll be investing.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bruno Weber" <bweber@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, December 08, 2002 9:34 AM
Subject: arsclist record archive
> Dear all,
> we have a private record collection (classics and jazz) of
> a few thousand vinyl lps. We have decided to at least think
> about making a listing of the collection for more efficient searching.
> Now, can anybody give us a hint whether we could get the
> most important information from an electronic archive possibly
> on the web? My plan is to search this archive with the record
> code, say SLS 785, and to get the information on that record
> for our list. We would need the composer, artist, date of
> recording, title(s) etc.
> Since I am able to do some programming it shouldn't be a problem
> to automize the process of getting the information needed out
> of that archive.
> Thanks a lot for any help
> Bruno Weber
> Bruno Weber, Ph.D.
> University Hospital
> Depts. of Neurology &
> Nuclear Medicine
> Frauenklinikstrasse 26
> CH-8091 Zurich
> Tel: ++41 1 255 55 79
> Fax: ++41 1 255 44 29
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