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Re: BNL online?
George Slusarczuk wrote:
> A glance at the 1998 Roster shows that only about a third of AKA members
> currently have an e-mail address listed, thus 2/3 of the members have to
> have a printed BNL mailed to them.
> What I do not see, is the problem that some apparently perceive: If I
> have fish to sell, I can list them in the BNL, wait for about a week or
> so, after I receive my own BNL copy, for the orders to arrive and, if
> the results are not to my satisfaction, list the fish on one of the
> killie lists.
George is right on target. This is not as difficult as dodging a
List in the BNL and/or killielist (either one or both). People are free
to list fish at anytime on either list and here is an addition-at the
local club level perhaps a member of the club who is also on the email
lists could list members, their addresses or phone numbers, and fish for
sale on the email listings. Get the info at the monthly meeting, do it
one time and be done with it. It would give non computer members of
local clubs a chance to list on the internet and maybe sell more of
their fish. If you keep it simple things can work, but make it
complicated and it is doomed. Complex schemes get accomplished by a
zealot, then the zealot burns out, no one else wants the grief and the