[LINK] Handling off topic discussion
stephen at melbpc.org.au
Wed Feb 18 22:11:49 EST 2004
At 07:36 AM 18/02/2004 +1100, Antony Barry wrote:
> On 18/02/2004, at 4:44 AM, Tim Lister wrote:
>> "Under standard conditions of Temperature, Pressure and
>> Humidity, the organism will do as it damn well pleases" -- Biology 101
> Exactly! That's why I want to find what the organism, the link
> community, wants to do. There is no point in me trying to guide
> discussion into a narrow ecological niche if the organism has evolved
> to occupy a wider range of conditions. Tony
Your 'unlink' list moderation initiative, and certainly your philosophy
for maintaining the Link list have, as always, been very well thought
throughTony. All Link certainly appreciates and applauds your efforts.
Do you think that an appropriate expansion of link's discussion ambit
might be, 'Information & Communication Technologies and Australia'?
The rubric seems logical for Link's evolving-ecology virtual environment.
Your thoughts re a system whereby all Link members are invited at any
time to write a short or long email, with the word "Article" in the subject
and based on their expertise, which is routed to a special, 'Link Article'
web-based Link Article Archive website? All Link should like reading
short or long 'expert articles' written by the wide spectrum of members
on subjects in which they have expertise, and also for all these articles
to be specifically archived, in addition to the normal Link mail archives.
with a masters, two
bachelor degrees, and
three grad diplomas, and
as if that means anything.
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