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Re: [Killietalk] Love the aka ; but. . .
So why do we keep this archaic listserv up and running
as the primary source of information correspondance
for the AKA?
--- Barry Cooper <bjc3 at centurytel_net> wrote:
> Forums already exist on the AKA site. You are
> welcome to use them.
> At 06:49 AM 5/17/2004 -0700, you wrote:
> >I'm going to keep bringing this up until something
> >finally done.
> >This mailing is ugly, simply ugly. The difficulty
> >that exists in trying to follow threads, the amount
> >noise that one must weed through in order to find
> >tiny tidbits of information is astounding.
> >Not to mention, my mail account is now getting
> >with attachments, forcing me to address this
> >even if I might want to read the posts later (by
> >deletion). I could go to listserv(?) and look up
> >interesting threads later, but the last time I was
> >looking through that, it was uglier then simply
> >looking through my "killie" folder.
> >Time to step up and put up a form. So that was
> >that want to talk about photography for hours on
> >can, or discuss mops, or live foods... it would
> >simply be 100% more organized... as well as useful
> >the AKA community. Not to mention no more mail
> >blocking, viruses, and the like...
> >I've seen other hobby communities put up a
> >forum in no time at all.
> >Time to stop clinging to the past!
> >Acton, MA
> >aka 08677
> >To join the AKA see
> >Archives are at http://fins.actwin.com/killietalk/
> Barry J. Cooper, Prof. Emeritus, Dept. Biomedical
> Sciences, Cornell University
> Professor, College of Veterinary Medicine, Oregon
> State University
> Home address: 27505 Riggs Hill Rd., Sweet Home, OR
> To join the AKA see
> Archives are at http://fins.actwin.com/killietalk/
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