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Re: [APD] The hobby these days
No one mentioned flaws. I was just musing over something
Nothing prohibits anyone from asking a plant question or
talking about plants. If such prohibitions were present, I
might view it as a flaw.
In fact, when talk about plants gets low, people tend to
talk about talking about plants (like we're doing in this
thread) or talk about not talking about plants rather than
just talk about plants.
--- Louis Lin <lhclin at tickquest_com> wrote:
> Jerry Baker wrote:
> > S. Hieber wrote:
> >>I wonder if it might be a testament to the maturity of
> >>hobby that there are so few aquatic gardening questions
> >>APD these days. ;-)
> >>Or maybe a testatment to the usefulness of aquatic
> >>forums on the internet.
> > My suspicion is that most of the new people wander in
> to Web-based
> > groups, and the more experienced "old-hands" here have
> > progressed beyond most direct plant questions.
> It's the nature of mailing list - every one sees
> When something goes off topic, it's not localized to a
> thread and it
> tends to drag everyone into it.
> The community is more important than the medium. APD is
> a mailing list and people on it should be aware of the
> Louis Lin
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