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Re: On Line Listing
- To: <killietalk at aka_org>
- Subject: Re: On Line Listing
- From: "Adam Rychlik" <adam at mbinsights_com>
- Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2003 13:45:30 -0600
- References: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I have not bought anything from the BNL since 1995.
I believe that the BNL is worthless and outdated before it gets to us,
besides laughing at the funny pictures for a moment it just goes on my shelf
of fish stuff and collects dust. You can raise quite a few of Simp. or
Nothos. in a month! By the way if you didnt notice, not many people use it
anymore. When there are more killefish listed on aquabid than in the BNL
then its time to do something. We are the American Killiefish Assosiation
right? We should have the biggest listing of fish period.
The AKA could save quite a few bucks if they could phase out the snail mail
crap and implement some kind of LIVE online BNL where everything could be
updated by the AKA member at their convenience.
With the money we save we could even buy some computers for the AKA members
who don't have them yet and will obviously oppose this idea. ;)
----- Original Message -----
From: <RuevenM at aol_com>
To: <killietalk at AKA_Org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2003 9:15 AM
Subject: On Line Listing
> I think it is time for an on line F&EL that members can change at will
> time. I think we are letting the reality of the hobby get away from us by
> meeting this challenge. Just posting the current monthly F&EL in a
> only site is not good enough. It's about 5 years behind the times. Even if
> AKA justs sets up a mailing list like the SAA has for "sell trade or buy"
> members only sign up on and it is sent out, even something that basic
> be great.
> If you want to see a great forum sight for talking and trading check
> <petflytrap.com> It is a carnivorous plant site and the way they do the
> discussion forum is fantastic. I am an idiot about computers so what they
> be impossible for us but if it is not too difficult it would seem to be an
> ideal forum style for killies with all its subdivisions into species and
> and care questions and general discussions. It allows the members to
> friends and sets up a real on line community that I think killies need. It
> attracks kids like mad. Take the time to look through it. Some of the
> even have killies or at least like them.
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