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Prof,

Glad to hear that!
He is in the right place.
I am sure he will be a fantastic technician when you get done with him .

I need to contact you for that guided tour when time allows.
Working all day , and now teaching 4 nights a week (2) at Boces and (2) in private Tech School in Hicksville.

Talk with you soon ,hopefully.
Your friend ,
Ken Resnick
He who knows WHY





Shall be master of





He who knows HOW

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  • Eugene SilbersteinEugene Silberstein Member Posts: 1,380
    The Phoenix Has Risen

    Hey Guys!

    Sorry for the long absence, but there has been a whole lot going on in professor-land.

    For starters, I am pleased to announce that the writing for the 6th edition of REFRIGERATION and AIR CONDITIONING TECHNOLOGY is nearly complete and the book is entering its final production stages. The book should be rolling off the presses in March of 2008. Whew!

    Another great piece of news is that we are entering the final stages of design for the new building on my campus that will be housing the HVAC/R program. This facility should be open for business in the fall of 2009.

    As part of the building design, there will be a showcase/museum area that is about 200 square feet that will house and display the really neat artifacts that Dan had allowed me to baby sit for the past couple of years. These items include the Gold's mattress radiator that dates back to 1854 as well as a Honeywell #1, which is a heat generator. Of course there are many other items that will be on display once the building opens for business.

    At any rate, things are slowing down a little and, for the most part, getting back to normal.

    I hope all is well with all of you guys and hope you all had a very productive and profitable summer.

    Keep those posts coming...
  • don_185don_185 Member Posts: 312
    We're not talking

    to you anymore.You forsake us and that just not cool.

    However,put me on the list for the new book.

    Glad to hear all is well.
  • Welcome back

    Prof,
    Welcome back to Wallie Land .

    Ken Resnick
    He who knows WHY





    Shall be master of





    He who knows HOW
  • Eugene SilbersteinEugene Silberstein Member Posts: 1,380
    I love you too

    I love you too, Don. How are things going in lovely Virginia?
  • Eugene SilbersteinEugene Silberstein Member Posts: 1,380
    I have one of your students, Ken

    One of your adult graduates has enrolled in the program at the college.
  • don_185don_185 Member Posts: 312
    All is well.

    We had a good summer and the boys got to do some more schooling this year.Don jr got to take Jim Davis class last month and, Mike heading off to the advance air diagnostic
    class next week.

    Yes, I also have you factor in as well to come down and see us again.

    Its good to hear from you!



  • WeezboWeezbo Member Posts: 6,232
    That sounds like you were having Fun *~/:)

    did you include a chapter on radiant cooling?
  • Eugene SilbersteinEugene Silberstein Member Posts: 1,380
    Not in this edition

    No Weezbo... Not in this edition... But we do have a completely re-written oil heat chapter as well as an expanded hydronics chapter...

    It'll be really cool... or, um, hot!
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