via the internet from the monastery’s computer. Dial-up I think, not like today!
Yes, nostalgic memories... there was only one telephone at the monastery, and Leonard could not get his computer online if one of the other monks wanted to use the phone. It was a very slow dial-up connection. At that time we couldn't send any picture attachments. He asked his manager to fax a first selection of items. The first fax was about 20 meters long. The fax machines of that time did not use sheets but paper rolls. Two days later the same items materialized in Finland by FedEx (as color photo copies, taken from his notebooks).