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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 47 September 2007 
INSIDE THIS EDITION
  • Greetings from the Editor
  •  by Carol Hall
  • Chatting with Cheryl 
  • by Carol Hall
  • BMI 4 Business
  •  by Ruben Bybee
  • Crossword 
  • by Tami Rochelle
  • The Endless Question
  •  by Rochelle Helms
  • Picturefind 
  • by BMI Staff
  • What if your computer co ...
  •  by Cheryl Hooker
  • Not Too Far A Reach 
  • by Jon Alexander
  • What If I Moved to Seatt ...
  •  by Mike Rochelle
  • What if I want to change my homepage 
  • by Matt Stephens
  • Top 10 Highest Paid Athl ...
  •  by Victor Luna
  • What if your computer could learn 
  • by Colin Miller
  • What If You Couldn't See ...
  •  by Gena Bybee
  • Wordfind 
  • by Carol Hall
  • Kudos
  •  by Matt Stephens
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    Greetings from the Editor
    by Carol Hall

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         Greetings all of you! September is here, and along with that I have put together a lot of "What ifs"! From What if I lived in space, to What if I couldn't see what I was eating...and lots of What ifs in between.  

         One What If you will never need to worry about, however is What if BMI wasn't around? Not to worry...BMI has been here for over 12 years, and we have many more years to go!  Better yet....BMI is not only here...but we are HERE FOR YOU! You are not only our customer, you are the reason we are here!

         I hope you enjoy this edition of The On Ramp and spend some time clicking on the links and exploring!

    I welcome your comments and additions to the newsletter! Please email me at editor@bmi.net


    BMI 4 Business
    by Ruben Bybee

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    BMI 4 Biz is a custom tailored package of business services including Internet connectivity, email, hosting, telephone, collaboration tools & more. Its leveraging hosted technologies to get the best out of your business.

    In the past it was multiple applications and vendors th...
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    The Endless Question
    by Rochelle Helms

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    "What if "Microsoft made cars?
       *Occasionally your car would die on the freeway for no reason.
       *You would have to pull over to the side of the road, close all of the windows, shut off the car, restart it, and reopen the windows before you could continue.
       *For some reason you would simply accept this. - CONTINUED

    What if your computer could...
    by Cheryl Hooker

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    What if your computer could tell if you are boring or irritating

    There is a hand-held computer that can pick up on people's emotions. It is being developed to help people with autism relate to those around them. If the wearer fails to generate the listener's i... - CONTINUED


    What If I Moved to Seattle....
    by Mike Rochelle

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    What if ... I moved to Seattle?  What could I do? Where could I go? Seattle is a wonder of adventure and destinations of endless beauty. You just need to know where to look and where to go.

    Boeing was founded in 1917, the Space Needle was built in 1962 and Microsof... - CONTINUED


    Top 10 Highest Paid Athletes
    by Victor Luna

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    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/more/specials/fortunate50/2007/

     http://blog.sportscolumn.com/story/2007/6/1/101026/6765


    Ever wonder what if I would have b...
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    What If You Couldn't See Your food?
    by Gena Bybee

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    What if you couldn't see your food?  Mystery Food Adventure Research shows that exposure to foods at an early age is crucial for acceptance of a wide variety of foods. Further, it has been shown that with increased number of exposure to foods, children will accept up to 98% of all foods introduced. - CONTINUED


    Kudos
    by Matt Stephens

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    "Just a note to let you know how much I appreciate all your help over there. Today Tony and KJ got me out of all my problems and were super nice about. Thanks again for all the help you have been over the years." - Joan A. Dixie, WA

    "I'd like you to know why my husband and I are staying with BMI. First of ... - CONTINUED


    Chatting with Cheryl
    by Carol Hall

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    Cheryl joined the BMI Team almost a year ago, and we are very lucky to have her.  She is an outstanding customer advocate, and works as a Customer Service Representative to help you with your sales, technical or billing needs.  Always friendly and willing to help!  Here is a little 'glimpse" of Cheryl in a recent chat I had w... - CONTINUED


    Crossword
    by Tami Rochelle

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    Congratulations to Barbara C. of Florence, OR for winning the drawing for the August 2007 Crossword! Barbara received a $25.00 credit on her BMI account! Please visit our September 2007 What If Crossword Puzzle.

    Picturefind by BMI Staff
    Congratulations to Frances C. of Santfield, OR for winning the drawing for the August 2007 Picturefind! Fraces received a $25.00 credit on his BMI account!
    Visit the Sept. 2007 PictureFind Now. -- CONTINUED

    Not Too Far A Reach
    by Jon Alexander

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     Bigelow Aerospace

    What if you lived a hundred years ago and wanted to buy a horse that would carry your entire family, travel at 70 miles per hour for 400 miles without needing to be fed more than once a day. And then, get up and do the same thing again for days on... - CONTINUED


    What if I want to change my homepage
    by Matt Stephens

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    Good day to the whole BMI family. I don't know what the weather is like in your neck of the woods, but around here I think we've made it past the hot part of the summer. Either I'm getting older and the heat doesn't bother me like it used to, or this has been an unusually mild summer. Only a handful of days in the tri... - CONTINUED


    What if your computer could learn
    by Colin Miller

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    What if......computers could learn instead of just respond to commands or programming as they do now? Well, it's not so far fetched.

    Movies have shown examples of computers doing things out of their normal behavior. For example, WarGames in the early 1980s. One of the characters was a computer named W.O.P.... - CONTINUED


    Wordfind
    by Carol Hall

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    Congratulations Cherylann Z. of Astoria, OR for winning the drawing for the August 2007 Wordfind! Cherylann received a $25.00 credit on her BMI account! Visit the Sept 2007 Word Find Now.

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    Please send your comments or requests to info@bmi.net

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