Sign of the times. I can understand the financial reasons behind not
sending out the old catalog in today's economic climate. The "fancy"
catalog could almost be sold for the information it contains, and it's
not like a band saw is a hot selling consumer item, so business is
In addition, Iturra appear to be Luddites as far as technology is
concerned and don't even have a website last time I looked.
Perhaps someone should offer/propose to them to make the full catalog
available as a pdf on a website as a public service ... it couldn't hurt
business, unless they don't want anymore than they have.
Speaking of Luddites...
I was cleaning out some old files yesterday and found some old catalogs of
some business products. These are in the catagory of organizers, etc.,
simple stuff used for many years by business folks to organize their
activities and days, etc. I check on the web and find that these folks never
grasped the concept of the internet. I found lots of referene on the web of
folks lamenting their demise. The demand was there and they couldn't figure
out how to exist in a changing world. I may be getting older, but I am not
going to reject technology.
I do reserve the right to bitch and complain though. Somebody has to play
the curmudgeon role. :)
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