Re: Apocalypse Commentary and a World-Wide Renewal for Faith and

Mark Richie (Media2@bellatlantic.net)
Fri, 3 Nov 2000 11:55:11 -0800 (PST)

Gary: et al
More advertising on the LIST? I think it's fine if a vendor on the
list answers a REQUEST for title information but these have got to go.

Mark

albert j. pinto wrote:
>
> From: "albert j. pinto" <alpinto@bellatlantic.net>
> Subject: A major rediscovery for faith and science
> To: ATLANTIS.HARVARDA.HARVARD.EDU
> CC: ExLibris.Library.Berkeley.Edu
>
> Apocalypse Commentary and a World-Wide Renewal for Faith and Science after
> 700 Years...
> (Less than Ten Full Copies of Albert's Great Corpus Remain in American
> Libraries...Good News?)
>
> News Link: Albert the Great - Grand Master of the Ancient Sciences,
> Mediaeval
> Philosophy and Timeless Theology after 700 Years is Rediscovered on
> CD-ROM...
> Last Catholic Doctor and Saint with a Fully-Scienced Commentary on the
> Apocalypse
>
> Albertus Magnus...Essential and Universal Doctor for Our Fact-Flooded Global
> Village!
>
> UPPER DARBY, PENNSYLVANIA, The 18,000 page, 2.6 gigabyte omni-scienced
> corpus (complete works) of Albert the Great, patron of scientists, are now
> digitized and available on CD-ROM. Very few libraries have the Corpus in any
> format... A major rediscovery for faith and science. See year 2000 prices...
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>
> Dear Client: Peace...
>
> The price of a fully searchable and re-edited Opera
> Omnia would sell for more than $3000... We offer solid tiff
> files without word by word search functions. Also, one of the
> smaller works (a dubious-spurious work called the "Philosophia
> Pauperum") has a number of corrupt pages from the 17th century
> text. We were not going to include it for obvious reasons; but
> I still have not made up my mind - so I have left it as is (40 of
> the 230 pages of that dubious work are corrupted or unreadable).
> That still leaves over 18,000 quarto-volume pages (or over 78,000
> modern pages?) in very good shape. For Personal Scholars ($399) a
> choice of Mac or PC - not both (and the Mac version is a better graphics
> program). We sell two Personal Copy versions for twice the price to
> individual
> scholars: which provides double access and a back-up version as well. Unlike
> any
> other commercial offering I know, these may be transferred to DVD (and
> users may apply any future search program they prefer to the Cds on their
> own)
> - because we sell the Cds in a totally-unlocked format. As such, sales are
> ofcourse
> final. I am devout Albertist: I still derive profound satisfaction from this
> collection.
>
> Please make payment in advance to receive over 40 volumes of truth:
>
> * $399 Personal Copy
> * $899 Institutional-Mastercopy
> * $1799 Campus-Wide
>
> If purchasing, send Check or Money Order payable to Albert Pinto:
>
> Address: Opus Doctorum Foundation
> c/o Albert Pinto
> 7166 Marshall Rd. First Floor Rear
> Upper Darby, PA 19082
>
> (Please specify whether you are a Macintosh or PC User, Thank you!)
>
> Any questions? E-mail me: apinto@albertthegreat.com
>
> scholastically yours,
>
> Albert Pinto - http://www.AlbertTheGreat.Com
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>
> Pricing Details:
>
> Personal Copy ($399) - This Opera Omnia Set is made for
> personal study, not for commercial reproduction in part,
> and is generously discounted for scholars and teachers.
>
> Institutional Mastercopy ($899) - This Opera Omnia Set is
> in a totally unlocked format for libraries and institutes
> who provide partial reproductions, photostating services,
> and other commercial services for the purpose of study -
> not reproductions of the entire CD-ROM Opera Omnia for resale.
>
> Networking Campus-Wide Mastercopy ($1799) - This Opera Omnia
> Double Collection (unlocked in Mac and PC Storage Mastercopies)
> may be placed on university servers for campus-wide access.
> The Opera Omnia may be fully manipulated for any server program.
>
> Make Payable to: Albert Pinto
>
> (But if sponsoring seminarians
> or scholars make payable to
> Opus Doctorum Foundation:)
>
> Address:
> Opus Doctorum Foundation
> c/o Albert J. Pinto
> 7166 Marshall Road - First Floor Rear
> Upper Darby, PA 19082 U.S.A.
>
> Or you may make the exchange rate easier by wire
> transfer at your bank. Send noted U.S. currency
> price by way of your bank assistant to:
>
> First Union Bank:
>
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>
> To: Account #1014198782047