Message #814

From: kygron <>
Subject: Re: [MC4D] feedback
Date: Mon, 11 Jan 2010 19:31:06 -0000

so when you guys say that you’ve been looking for a solution to a problem for years and you can’t come up with one and you’d love to have some method and then someone GIVES you one, not necessarily the perfect final solutions, but at least it’s a step in the direction you said you want to go in…. that’s not interesting?

ok, guess you guys weren’t ready for solutions that don’t involve twist counts. I’ll stop before I sound rude, feel free to ignore the question mark above.


— In, Melinda Green <melinda@…> wrote:
> No Kyle, you didn’t commit any faux pas but then your last message
> didn’t contain any questions, and I guess nobody felt like replying.
> Most of the time this list is very quiet until something interesting
> comes up and causes a flurry of activity before going back to sleep
> again. Don’t be shy about asking questions or initiating discussion on
> any topic even tangentially related to 4D cubing, but it’s up to you to
> make it interesting enough to elicit replies if that’s what you want. ;-)
> Happy New Year!
> -Melinda
> kygron wrote:
> > really sorry to do this, but I’m confused. I posted a message that was responded to within a few hours, so I followed up with one I thought would be even better, and there’s silence for days. Have I committed some kind of internet faux pas? Or was I just really lucky to catch you guys at a good time the first time? confused,
> >
> > Kyle