[nfbwatlk] digital book
k7uij at panix.com
Fri Jan 14 21:30:04 UTC 2011
Don't let one bad apple spoil the box of fruit. As Ben has said, please feel free to post to our list on blindness-related subjects (including the Mariners and Seahawks -- har) as you feel moved. It helps, however, to have a thick e-skin. There's only so much a list moderator can do to curb boorish behavior, at least until a pattern of boorish behavior is established; then something can be done. The problem of a list moderator is that often admonishing those guilty of acting like louts simply keeps the thread going rather than straightening the situation out.
In any event, I don't know which player you have but on the Advanced player, pressing the Info key will give you the state of the battery including whether it's being charged. When it simply says you have such-and-such hours of battery (greater than 27 or 29 hours) without mentioning charging, you're good to go. Leaving the player plugged in doesn't hurt the battery. Lithium ion batteries are pretty robust.
Anyway, ask questions. The only dumb ones are those not asked.
Mike Freeman, List Moderator
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On Jan 14, 2011, at 11:20, goldbeckjm at comcast.net wrote:
> Thank you for those that answered my question about the digital recorder. I was just wondering if it had to be plugged in for a certain number of hours to build the battery back up. Of course, I understand you plug it in. I was a bit shocked at the one sarcastic reply I did receive. I have to say that response will really make me think twice before I post anything more to this listserve.
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