FishNet Software Developers 12/2/97
[20:04:58] golden (co): Let's go ahead and get started, Tonight's host is Marty Anderson of OnPoint Inc, writer of FishNet software
[20:05:24] golden (co): It's an open chat, so let's go to it
[20:05:32] Fishnet: Hi guys let's talk software
[20:05:37] Dutchman: so, what is fishnet?
[20:05:50] Fishnet: FishNet is designed to replace the hand-written type of log book.
[20:06:02] Dutchman: replace it with what?
[20:06:20] Fishnet: a computerized database or fishing log
[20:06:24] KeithK(MI): I first saw FishNet at a seminar given by Keith Kavajecz, and was impressed.
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[20:06:36] Dutchman: you mean at home or in the boat?
[20:06:43] Fishnet: FishNet is a complete system for organizing your fishing experiences, using detailed atmospheric and water conditions -
variables that all fish relate to.
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[20:06:52] clay1(wy): hi prov
[20:06:54] golden (co): hi pro-v
[20:06:57] Dutchman: hi pro-v
[20:06:59] KeithK(MI): Hi pro-v
[20:07:14] Fishnet: You keep track of your fishing in the boat, and enter it into the computer at home
[20:07:18] PRO-V: how you guys doing? had a great weekend on the wisconsin river.....
[20:07:26] Fishnet: hi pro-v
[20:07:31] clay1(wy): or you could carry a laptop I suppose
[20:07:33] Dutchman: keep track on paper?(
[20:07:47] golden (co): We have the developer of FishNet software for a host tonight Pro-V, join on in
[20:07:53] Fishnet: To help gather info while fishing, DataCards are included with FishNet. Just write on these re-usable cards with a pencil;
the layout of the cards match the screen layout of the software.
[20:07:54] PRO-V: hello fishnet...
[20:08:05] KeithK(MI): a laptop on a boat is an expensive plainer board
[20:08:11] clay1(wy): excellent
[20:08:15] golden (co): :-)
[20:08:17] KeithK(MI): :-)
[20:08:25] Dutchman: do you have a sample program to download?
[20:08:36] Fishnet: some guys do keep a laptop in the pickup
[20:08:49] clay1(wy): Mine floats
[20:08:55] Fishnet: we do have a demo, but not online yet
[20:08:59] KeithK(MI): I take mine with me but leave it in the motel
[20:09:09] Fishnet: could mail out a demo it you would like
[20:09:20] Dutchman: I try to do thatwith my wife too.
[20:09:21] clay1(wy): that would be great
[20:09:30] Fishnet: We offer a 90 day money back guarantee also
[20:10:12] golden (co): Where would they send for a demo Marty?
[20:10:18] Dutchman: that would be great
[20:10:40] Fishnet: either from walleye central or our web site
[20:10:45] clay1(wy): Does the software make suggestions for fishing based on its own data or what has been entered into it?
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[20:11:11] Fishnet: the software is a personal log, does not contain canned info
[20:11:27] clay1(wy): and I am guessing it has search options then
[20:11:43] Fishnet: yes-that is the main advantage over a paper log
[20:11:51] KeithK(MI): I have used Fish-N-log before, how does your soft ware comepare to that
[20:11:56] Fishnet: you can search for 28 variables
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[20:12:28] clay1(wy): Howdy ebi
[20:12:30] KeithK(MI): Hi ebi and Zach
[20:12:32] Fishnet: our searches are patterned after water and atmosphere conditions
[20:12:36] golden (co): there he is, hey ebi
[20:12:42] Fishnet: hi ebi
[20:12:45] ebijack (mi): howdy guys
[20:12:47] clay1(wy): such as?
[20:12:48] Dutchman: hi ebei and Zach
[20:13:16] Fishnet: water temp, barometer, moon, ph, etc
[20:14:32] Fishnet: Check out the FishNet web pages at Walleye Central - http://www.walleyecentral.com/fishnet.htm for an example of
[20:14:50] clay1(wy): How many guys here take ph measurements at the lake
[20:14:56] golden (co): It's a "mirror" of his site, it was so good I stole it
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[20:15:15] clay1(wy): Hi scott
[20:15:20] ebijack (mi): howdy scottr
[20:15:20] Fishnet: not many, but we didn't want to leave anything out
[20:15:22] golden (co): hi scott
[20:15:23] Dutchman: hi ScottR
[20:15:29] KeithK(MI): What sugestions do yuou have for a new user
[20:15:35] KeithK(MI): Hi ScottR
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[20:15:51] Fishnet: There are different ways to organize the fishing data, but the best is to think of it as a location system. Document your
fishing according to where you were fishing-then include number of fish caught, presentations, time, etc. To create a separate reco
[20:15:56] clay1(wy): I was just interested in that because it seems to be something that iss probably relatively unexplored
[20:16:10] null: screen freeze........
[20:16:24] KeithK(MI): null again
[20:16:26] golden (co): scottR, log off and back on again, you are null
[20:16:36] golden (co): oops, not him
[20:16:46] clay1(wy): Anybody know of any correlations between ph and fish activity or locaion
[20:16:46] Fishnet: ph is used alot by some bass fishermen
[20:16:46] Fishnet: ph is used alot by some bass fishermen
[20:17:11] KeithK(MI): ph usaly varies the most in rivers
[20:17:14] ebijack (mi): can you search by parameters?
[20:17:16] clay1(wy): I would like ot study it more
[20:17:35] KeithK(MI): with the spring run off the ph can go down
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[20:17:37] Dutchman: only read about PH and walleyes
[20:17:42] clay1(wy): hi again scott
[20:17:43] Fishnet: yes, searches of up to 28 variables
[20:17:50] ebijack (mi): there is a tight range to stay in clay
[20:18:06] golden (co): After you enter the info then you can search a location and have ammo to fish it this year from past expereinces?
Something like that?
[20:18:09] ScottR(Ill): let's try again...hi scott, zach, dutchman. ebi,...everyone
[20:18:17] golden (co): Hi ScottR
[20:18:19] ebijack (mi): is that cross and multi searches
[20:18:25] KeithK(MI): Hi ScottR
[20:18:33] ScottR(Ill): hi keith
[20:18:35] Fishnet: In the Search Mode, FishNet can search for any combination of 28 parameters (the +/- range of numerical parameters
can be adjusted).
[20:18:42] clay1(wy): what do you mean ebi, tight range?
[20:18:45] ebijack (mi): cool
[20:19:26] KeithK(MI): What data base is the soft ware based on, Access, Fox Pro or another?
[20:19:36] ebijack (mi): i can't remember the exact range, but if you find a difference of .2 that is where the fish are supposed to be active
[20:19:39] Fishnet: fox pro
[20:19:47] Dutchman: everything has to maintain a certain range of PH to survive
[20:19:57] clay1(wy): excellent ebi, I will have to check that out
[20:20:06] KeithK(MI): any known software conflicts
[20:20:06] ebijack (mi): that's is with in a 10ft range
[20:20:26] Fishnet: no-works on Win 3.1 or 95
[20:20:31] ebijack (mi): that's right dutch
[20:20:49] ebijack (mi): any requirements as to mhz or anything
[20:20:50] clay1(wy): what about win NT
[20:21:09] Fishnet: 386 sx would be the minimum
[20:21:11] Dutchman: fishnet is it a dos program?
[20:21:19] KeithK(MI): can you inport data from another PC or share info with another user
[20:21:32] Fishnet: fishnet is not a dos program
with zach and sparky...great fun
[20:21:41] Fishnet: yes you can import and export
[20:21:48] KeithK(MI): cool
[20:22:00] clay1(wy): got to go guys thatnks for the chat
[20:22:04] Fishnet: this is very popular with friends and clubs
[20:22:10] Dutchman: bye clay
[20:22:11] ebijack (mi): have a good one clay
[20:22:16] KeithK(MI): Bye clay
[20:22:17] Fishnet: by clay
[20:22:20] golden (co): see ya clay
[20:22:47] Dutchman: is this program win 95 compatible?
[20:22:52] KeithK(MI): lets get a data sharing group set up here at WalleyeCentral
[20:22:55] clay1(wy): bye guys
[20:22:58] ebijack (mi): will it except voice recognition, if you have the program
[20:23:06] Fishnet: yes, win 95 compatible
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[20:23:18] ebijack (mi): less typing you know
[20:23:24] Fishnet: how do you feel about sharing data?
[20:23:35] Dutchman: I'd like that
[20:23:44] KeithK(MI): I'm all for sharing knowlage
[20:23:53] Fishnet: The issue of "good data" is a biggie. It would be very important to try to weed out bogus data.
[20:23:54] ebijack (mi): most data is not a problem
[20:24:13] Dutchman: I think Data sharing is a great pre-fishing tool
[20:24:40] Fishnet: The pull-down menus allow for consistent naming of information, enabling importing/exporting between users.
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[20:24:43] Dutchman: you still have to get them to bite
[20:24:51] ebijack (mi): howdy capt marty
[20:24:54] Fishnet: yea!
[20:24:58] KeithK(MI): Hi capt
[20:25:00] Fishnet: hello captian
[20:25:09] golden (co): Hi Capt
[20:25:12] Dutchman: Hi Capt.
[20:25:47] Fishnet: how would you like to see data sharing work?
[20:26:02] ebijack (mi): will it except gps coordinates and keep them in the right prospective
[20:26:34] Dutchman: different itmes of the year for specific waters and conditions
[20:26:39] Fishnet: yes
[20:26:48] KeithK(MI): orginize it by location
[20:26:59] Fishnet: The Search function of the software will retrieve waypoints for specific lakes, or even areas within lakes.
[20:27:01] ebijack (mi): what's the going price for your program
[20:27:09] Fishnet: 59.99
[20:27:39] Captain Marty: what exxactly does this price include being new to the net and all
[20:27:49] ebijack (mi): how much data can fit on to a diskette
[20:28:20] Fishnet: each record only takes up about 1/2 kb
[20:28:54] Fishnet: thats .5kb
[20:29:04] ebijack (mi): i know 1.44, but is ther something running in the backround from the data, or all from the harddrive
[20:29:20] ebijack (mi): o.k.
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[20:29:30] ebijack (mi): headdown typing
[20:29:34] Fishnet: all from the hd - can back up to floppy
[20:30:17] Fishnet: FishNet can document up to 46 different variables in 5 categories: Main (location/species/date), Atmosphere, Water,
Notes, and Profile (stats).
[20:30:57] Fishnet: FishNet also will convert metric data
[20:31:21] Fishnet: Other features include an address book, calendar/diary, and a calculator.
[20:31:29] KeithK(MI): is there an area to store motel and travel info
[20:31:32] ebijack (mi): lots of info,
[20:31:37] Fishnet: The address book works great for guides and charter captains. Also for resorts and motels for tourney fishermen.
[20:31:52] Fishnet: The calendar/diary is useful to keep track of dates for tourney fishermen and guides.
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[20:32:05] Fishnet: hi lorrie
[20:32:07] Dutchman: hi LS
[20:32:08] KeithK(MI): Hi LS
[20:32:12] golden (co): Hey LS
[20:32:13] ebijack (mi): howdy LS
[20:32:13] LS: hi guys
[20:32:27] Captain Marty: how much memory will the program take on the hard drive?>
[20:32:45] Fishnet: a little less than 5mb
[20:33:09] Fishnet: it also uses about 5mb as a scratch pad will running
[20:33:30] ebijack (mi): is there an easy way to copy data that repeats it's self, besides the copy/paste
[20:34:09] Fishnet: FishNet was designed to be easy to use. Using pull-down menus, a minimal amount of keyboarding is required to input
[20:34:18] ebijack (mi): cool
[20:34:19] Fishnet: Keystoke shortcuts are also supported, helping to speed up the inputting process.
[20:34:43] KeithK(MI): how do you transport the data from the boat to the PC, do you have a pre printed form to use?
[20:35:05] Fishnet: To help gather info while fishing, DataCards are included with FishNet. Just write on these re-usable cards with a pencil;
the layout of the cards match the screen layout of the software.
[20:35:19] KeithK(MI): cool
[20:35:20] ebijack (mi): can it accept gps coordinates from a gps unit or the lowrance program
[20:35:27] Fishnet: you can also print out cards from the software
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[20:35:58] Fishnet: no, this version cannot talk to gps units-too many differnet languages
[20:36:00] KeithK(MI): Hi Eye
[20:36:02] golden (co): hi eyeman
[20:36:06] Fishnet: hi eyeman
[20:36:11] Eyeman: hi Guys
[20:36:12] Dutchman: hey Eyeman
[20:36:14] Captain Marty: Hi Eye Man
[20:36:17] LS: hi eyeman
[20:36:32] Eyeman: couldn't get on the server was full
[20:37:59] golden (co): Marty, what are the immediate benefits of the program?
[20:38:22] Fishnet: The main advantages are: easy to find info after it is entered (don't have to flip thru pages), ability to perform a search of
desired conditions, and ability to easily share info with friends and club members.
[20:38:38] Eyeman: is there away to trnsfer data direct from another sourse
[20:39:05] Fishnet: what other source? another user?
[20:39:14] Fishnet: or another program?
[20:39:22] Eyeman: yes and or onter file
[20:39:31] Eyeman: another
[20:39:56] Fishnet: you can transfer from another fishnet user
[20:40:04] Fishnet: do most of yu guys keep records
[20:40:10] LS: i have 100+ waypoints to enter, do i do that on the main screen?
[20:40:11] KeithK(MI): yes
[20:40:28] golden (co): I keep one on the computer, but this is going to be the best ever
[20:40:28] Fishnet: ls: yes
[20:40:44] Eyeman: yes i have a data base set up already but the sorting doesn't suit me
[20:41:10] Captain Marty: I've keep fishing records for over 25 years and prior to the computer everything was in notebooks! Hard to refer
[20:41:28] Fishnet: paper logs are great until they get full!
[20:42:10] Captain Marty: Some day there might be the right material to write a book!
[20:42:11] Eyeman: is there a limit to the amount of enteries
[20:42:18] KeithK(MI): or untill you try to look something up
[20:42:23] golden (co): Get the software and have someone do the input, that's alot of knowledge there Capt
[20:42:25] Fishnet: no limit to entries
[20:42:55] Captain Marty: This sounds like a great day for the fisherman
[20:43:06] Eyeman: well i entered it one time guess i can redo the last 7 years again
[20:43:08] Fishnet: fishnet is a true database software - does fast searches
[20:44:10] golden (co): Does it have a "back-up" feature?
[20:44:23] Fishnet: using detailed atmospheric and water conditions you can reproduce successful tactics
[20:44:41] Fishnet: yes it does have backup, import, and export
[20:45:25] Fishnet: There are different ways to organize the fishing data, but the best is to think of it as a location system.
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[20:45:35] KeithK(MI): Hi Lundman
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[20:45:38] Fishnet: Document your fishing according to where you were fishing-then include number of fish caught, presentations, time, etc.
To create a separate record for each fish caught is usually overkill.
[20:45:41] Dutchman: hi lundguy
[20:45:52] Eyeman: hi lnudman
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[20:45:58] Fishnet: hi lundman
[20:46:04] golden (co): Once a user get familiar with the program, are there any tricks or tips that we should know?
[20:46:46] Fishnet: as with any software, you learn things as you go - we have some tips and tricks in our documentation
[20:47:19] Fishnet: alot of them are on a quick reference card
[20:47:54] Fishnet: To begin entering your data, select <file><new><fishing data>. Fill in the desired fields (min of 6, max of 46), then click on
the <save> button on the data entry screen.
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[20:48:10] Eyeman: average time to complete a in depth entry with some experience with the soft ware
[20:48:31] lundman(Wi): hi guys
[20:48:39] Eyeman: hi lundman
[20:48:45] Fishnet: 1-2 minutes
[20:48:48] KeithK(MI): welcome back
[20:48:48] LS: hi lundman
[20:49:01] Fishnet: hi lundman
[20:49:11] lundman(Wi): hello fishnet
[20:49:30] lundman(Wi): dont let me interupt
[20:49:45] Fishnet: the notes section can be as long as you want - free text
[20:49:53] KeithK(MI): cool
[20:50:55] Fishnet: do you guys believe in solunar tables?
[20:51:02] golden (co): Absolutely!
[20:51:03] KeithK(MI): yes
[20:51:11] Eyeman: yep
[20:51:17] Fishnet: we have a catagory in the software for solunar times
[20:51:31] KeithK(MI): allmost every big fish I caught has been neer a major feeding period
[20:51:39] Fishnet: you got it
[20:51:52] lundman(Wi): how much does the software cost?
[20:52:01] Fishnet: $59.99 plus s/h
[20:52:49] Fishnet: In the Search Mode, FishNet can search for any combination of 28 parameters (the +/- range of numerical parameters
can be adjusted).
[20:53:06] Fishnet: A Search may be further refined by adjusting the "preferences" (+/- values) of the numerical fields. If you were searching
for a water temp of 65, a pref value of 5 would return all records within 60-70 degrees.
[20:54:49] Eyeman: is this kind of info available with the software
[20:54:59] Fishnet: a GPS file can also be printed out to paper, and taken with you
[20:55:14] Fishnet: eyeman-yes
[20:55:54] Eyeman: how big is the soft ware file that you install
[20:56:07] Fishnet: about 5mb
[20:57:00] Eyeman: any updates in the works
[20:57:37] Fishnet: We have talked about adding some new features.
[20:57:51] Fishnet: 3D graphs, mapping, and sharing data on the internet are some of the new features we have discussed.
[20:57:57] Captain Marty: how do I get a mailing address to getting this software?
[20:58:00] Eyeman: as add ons
[20:58:10] Fishnet: Check out the FishNet web pages at Walleye Central - http://www.walleyecentral.com/fishnet.htm
[20:58:36] Fishnet: new features in a new version probably
[20:58:59] Fishnet: Any new versions of FishNet will be compatable with the existing version.
[20:59:28] Eyeman: upgrades
[20:59:57] Fishnet: yes, upgrades
[21:00:07] Fishnet: We are currently researching a very exciting mapping concept.
[21:00:21] Captain Marty: It's time to say goodnight, great subject tonight looking forward to running it
[21:00:26] KeithK(MI): that sounds very interesting
[21:00:36] Fishnet: thanks for being here
[21:00:42] KeithK(MI): buy capt marty
[21:00:48] Fishnet: bye marty
[21:00:50] Dutchman: See ya captain
[21:00:51] golden (co): Good night Capt
[21:00:53] KeithK(MI): bye i mean
[21:00:58] Eyeman: bye marty
[21:00:58] LS: bye capt
[21:01:10] Fishnet: What are some new features that you would like to see implemented?
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[21:01:27] Fishnet: hi don
[21:01:28] Dutchman: hi don
[21:01:37] Don (Az-Mi): Howdy guys.
[21:01:40] Eyeman: hi don
[21:01:40] LS: hi don
[21:01:50] Don (Az-Mi): Whats the hot topic tonight?
[21:01:59] Fishnet: fishing software
[21:02:12] golden (co): Hi don
[21:02:37] Fishnet: What are some new features that you would like to see implemented?
[21:02:37] Don (Az-Mi): Great, I am an avid fisherman and have a CS degree and 12 years dev. experience. Whose hiring ? hahaha
[21:02:49] Eyeman: how about a place to enter data on gas used and or boat mantience
[21:02:58] Eyeman: ETC
[21:03:08] Fishnet: gas is in there, but not maintenance
[21:03:32] Fishnet: water miles, land miles, gas, etc.
[21:03:47] Eyeman: good
[21:03:55] Fishnet: general expenses you don't want the spouse to see
[21:04:00] KeithK(MI): How about an equipment log
[21:04:03] golden (co): :-)
[21:04:08] Eyeman: :}
[21:04:13] KeithK(MI): :-)
[21:04:34] Fishnet: not an equipment log - not a lot of interest in that
[21:04:46] Fishnet: could look into it again
[21:05:08] Eyeman: keep everthing in one place taht way
[21:05:17] Fishnet: yeh,
[21:05:33] ebijack (mi): can you add a way to tranfer dtat over the internet?
[21:05:41] ebijack (mi): data
[21:05:58] Fishnet: that's available now with the import/export features
[21:06:06] Eyeman: no paper at all and pass work the general expenses :}
[21:06:26] Eyeman: word
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[21:06:45] Fishnet: :-)
[21:06:49] Fishnet: hi tom
[21:06:57] Eyeman: hi Tom
[21:07:00] Dutchman: Hi Tom
[21:07:03] LS: hi capt.
[21:07:03] golden (co): There isn't a place available to transfer it to and from on the internet yet is there Marty
[21:07:05] golden (co): Hi Tom
[21:07:10] KeithK(MI): Hi Tom
[21:07:22] capt. tom: hi guys and hopefully gals
[21:07:38] Fishnet: you can send a file to another person over the net using email, or we're talking about access on a server
[21:08:22] Fishnet: not on a server yet, but Walleye Central is interested
[21:08:36] golden (co): Yes Walleye Central is interested
[21:08:39] KeithK(MI): Go Scott
[21:08:46] KeithK(MI): :-)
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[21:08:51] Fishnet: How do you feel about sharing/having access to fishing data on the internet?
[21:09:07] KeithK(MI): Great idea for fishing a new area
[21:09:14] golden (co): I'm willing to put up a site for it if the interest is out there
[21:09:34] Fishnet: what would you expect out of it?
[21:09:53] golden (co): I would expect people to use it, no cost
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[21:10:22] Fishnet: great, lets talk later!
[21:10:42] golden (co): Is there an interest in something like that out there?
[21:10:52] capt. tom: yes
[21:10:52] KeithK(MI): YES
[21:10:57] ebijack (mi): yes
[21:11:04] Fishnet: A FishNet user could do a quick search for the desired lake or area (water temp, dates, etc. could all be used to narrow
down the search). Then it would be a matter of a quick download (probably 5-50kb), and finally import the new data into FishNet.
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[21:11:07] lundman(Wi): what kind of ifo you talking about
[21:11:21] Eyeman: i'm back
[21:11:27] golden (co): hi eye
[21:11:28] lundman(Wi): nevermind........
[21:11:36] Fishnet: fishing info, gps, water & atmosphere conditions
[21:12:07] lundman(Wi): that would be great
[21:12:25] golden (co): We'll get together later in the week Marty and get to work on it
[21:12:33] Fishnet: FishNet also works great for ice fishing
[21:13:31] Fishnet: is's great to reproduce last years hot spots and presentations - even tho the waters hard
[21:14:20] Fishnet: some people also use it to record hunting info
[21:15:23] Don (Az-Mi): Fishnet is new to me, is there a URL I can go to for more info?
[21:15:48] golden (co): It's listed on the front page of Walleye Central, just click on the graphic
[21:15:49] capt. tom: like it even more!
[21:16:12] Fishnet: Check out the FishNet web pages at Walleye Central - http://www.walleyecentral.com/fishnet.htm
[21:16:37] Fishnet: or our web site at http://ndak.net/~onpoint
[21:16:51] Don (Az-Mi): Thanks, found it already.
[21:17:14] Fishnet: the demo is available by mail - not on a server yet
[21:18:16] Fishnet: lorrie - are you sleeping?
[21:18:18] golden (co): This has been real educating, I certainly appreciate the time you invested.
[21:18:21] Eyeman: I think you sold one fishnet
[21:18:27] Fishnet: great!
[21:18:44] KeithK(MI): can't wait till mine arives
[21:18:51] ebijack (mi): thanks for your time fishnet
[21:19:05] Don (Az-Mi): How about a lightweight version for windows CE, for my PalmPilot?
[21:19:07] Eyeman: Thanks fishnet
[21:19:15] LS: not yet marty/joe :-)
[21:19:23] KeithK(MI): Thanks FishNet
[21:19:32] Fishnet: yes we have talked about win CE
[21:19:46] Don (Az-Mi): That would make Dataentry real slick
[21:20:07] Fishnet: haven't explored all of the details yet of CE yet
[21:20:11] LS: come over & input this info. 4 me, marty
[21:20:26] Fishnet: how much does it pay, LS?
[21:20:30] Fishnet: :-)
[21:20:39] LS: free beer
[21:20:45] golden (co): bring me one LS
[21:20:47] LS: :-)
[21:20:48] Fishnet: I'm on my way
[21:20:52] Fishnet: :-)
[21:20:54] ebijack (mi): me too
[21:21:01] KeithK(MI): me too :0
[21:21:07] golden (co): Are there any specific upgrades you are planning on Marty?
[21:21:12] KeithK(MI): ;-)
[21:21:37] Fishnet: We have talked about adding some new features.
[21:22:02] Fishnet: 3D graphs, mapping, and sharing data on the internet are some of the new features we have discussed.
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[21:22:20] golden (co): HI sparky
[21:22:22] LS: hi sparkey
[21:22:35] Fishnet: hi sparky
[21:22:36] KeithK(MI): Hi Sparky
[21:22:39] Sparky (nd-or): Hello people
[21:22:40] Eyeman: hi Sparky
[21:22:40] ebijack (mi): howdy sparky
[21:22:42] capt. tom: hi spark
[21:23:19] Fishnet: Any new versions of FishNet will be compatable with the existing version.
[21:23:31] Eyeman: fishnet if i order this week get it next week for sure
[21:23:56] Fishnet: eyeman, if you aren't from canada
[21:24:04] Eyeman: indiana
[21:24:19] Fishnet: no problem
[21:24:32] golden (co): canada is a real problem right now
[21:24:42] ebijack (mi): yeah, put that in your alias eyeman
[21:24:48] ebijack (mi): :)
[21:24:50] Fishnet: although one copy got hijacked on its way to MI
[21:25:00] ebijack (mi): mine?
[21:25:04] Fishnet: no
[21:25:43] Fishnet: we can get on out tommorow for you
[21:25:48] KeithK(MI): mine
[21:25:56] Fishnet: yes, yours Kieth
[21:26:03] LS: ebi, don't you have this program already?
[21:26:12] ebijack (mi): no :(
[21:26:23] golden (co): Santa Claus ebi?
[21:26:30] Fishnet: ho ho ho
[21:26:31] ebijack (mi): no:(
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[21:26:59] Eyeman: merry christmas to me
[21:27:05] Eyeman: :}
[21:27:19] lundman(Wi): we never get what we really want do we ebi?
[21:27:23] golden (co): Have the finished the Chat? Or are there more questions pertinant to fishing software
[21:27:32] ebijack (mi): some times lundman
[21:27:46] golden (co): Sparky?
[21:27:48] ebijack (mi): i've got enough info
[21:28:04] Eyeman: hey scott how about afollow up someetime next quater
[21:28:08] KeithK(MI): all ready ordered mine
[21:28:15] Fishnet: yes, we are from Minot
[21:28:28] golden (co): yes eyeman, sounds like a good idea, we should do that Marty
[21:28:28] Sparky (nd-or): Me too.
[21:28:39] Sparky (nd-or): Minot that is.
[21:28:44] Fishnet: send us some email sometime
[21:28:49] ebijack (mi): let us know how you like it keith
[21:28:59] KeithK(MI): I will
[21:28:59] KeithK(MI): I will
[21:29:08] Fishnet: or call for a demo, sparky
[21:29:48] Fishnet: thanks for the chat guys, it's been great
[21:29:57] Eyeman: i'll get my order in tomorrow
[21:29:58] Sparky (nd-or): zzzzzz zzzz not sure what we are talking about will e-mail you. I'm in oregon now.
[21:30:02] ebijack (mi): thank you marty/joe
[21:30:11] KeithK(MI): Thank's again
[21:30:16] Eyeman: thanks guys
[21:30:18] golden (co): Marty, I certainly appreciate you coming here tonight to tell us about your product, I invite you for a return chat
[21:30:37] Fishnet: we'll be regulars after this!
[21:30:42] golden (co): Great
[21:30:43] LS: thanks marty & joe ... good job
[21:30:44] Don (Az-Mi): thanks
[21:30:49] Fishnet: good nite!