Glenn & Brandon: could you give a bit more than just the page numbers, to guide those of us who are reading different editions? You could just quote a few words, something like: "next week we're reading from page X, that is, the section break where the next paragraph begins "And that is what I so often do," up through the page break on page Y, where the final words of the section are "if she was buried in them". Or some equivalent way to help those of us without that edition figure out the divisions. (If you don't want to say them on air (or on internet wire? (is it on air if there's no broadcast?)), you could just put up a chart somewhere here.
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Thanks, Glenn (on both counts)!
Hi Stephen, this is a great idea. We already recorded all of Chapter Two without saying anything other than the page numbers, so it will make more sense for us just to make some kind of chart. I'll give that some thought and get back to you about where it is.
It's great to have you with us again, too!