[LINK] Maintaining the link list - as a mailing list

Paul Bolger pbolger at gmail.com
Sun Feb 20 09:17:25 AEDT 2011

That's were rss comes into its own imo. If a forum supports it you can have
one click access to the most recent twenty posts.

On 20/02/2011 11:03 AM, "Jan Whitaker" <jwhit at melbpc.org.au> wrote:
> At 08:57 PM 19/02/2011, Ash Nallawalla you wrote:
>>Most of us will know of some great forums that are thriving in spite of
>>They get tens of thousands of visits each day and couldn't possibly work
>>mailing lists. Courses for horses.
> Agreed. The only way it would work is if it also has an email
> distribution, as does Yahoo groups, LinkedIn and Moodle.
> 'push' and 'pull' access still has importance.
> Jan
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