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Hey Hey Larry!  I did not realize it has been 20 yrs.  Happy  Birthday to the 
Listserve.  
 
In my opinion it serves us quite well. I am never opposed to change but I  
always want to make sure change will be significantly  better and more  
efficient than what went before. Change for Change's sake can create chaos and  
disablement.
 
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"Bringing Order Out of  Chaos"
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In a message dated 3/13/2009 9:24:20 P.M. Central Daylight Time,  
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But  wouldn't a wiki be cooler than just searching the message archives?   Or
> maybe adding tagging like delicious?  I don't dispute there  are advantages
> to this list over some existing social media tools,  however I do think the
> list could benefit from an update.  There  are lots of cool things about 2.0
> (not specific tools, but features)  that could really add value to such a 
1.0
> way of  communicating.
>

Guess "it depends"....

on how long you've  been using the Listserv
on if it meets your needs
on if the interface is  too clunky for you to work with
on if you need more than what is available  for free
on if what you want exists somewhere
on if you're willing to  build it if it doesn't
on if you're willing to support it

after  about 20 years of using the Listserv in its existing format, at  its
existing price, it works well enough for me.

Larry
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Larry Medina
Danville, CA
RIM Professional since 1972

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