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Re: Electronic BNL
> It is indeed not the general trend and I dare say few of us are willing OR
> to be stuck with a BNL that is only on the computer screen.
> To try to save money by removing a service sounds more like Wallstreet and
> like a club of hobbyists.
I don't think this has been suggested? I think what has been suggested
is to give people the choice of paper or electronic. The people who do
it electronically would save the AKA money. That doesn't mean everyone
has to do it. Let it be a choice. If only 25% of the membership did it
electronically, that would be a savings of $68 a month and $816 a year
in postage (this is based on a membership of 800). That's not counting
the cost of paper or printing. I don't know what the cost of producing
an individual BNL is.
Plus, if I felt like I needed some paper in my hand, I have a printer
(and I know how to use it :-)
So in summary, I don't think that anyone is saying that the BNL be only
in the electronic format. Lets quit coming back to this argument.
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