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G K GRAY gord at homostudy.win-uk.net
Wed Jul 17 05:49:54 EST 1996


 
In article <Pine.3.89.9607171213.B8609-0100000 at lex.lccc.edu>, Ron Blue (rcb1 at LEX.LCCC.EDU) writes:
>On 16 Jul 1996, James Woodson wrote:
>>         Most net sites now have a majordomo who forewards all worthy
>> messages to the readership, and excludes useless crap like schizophrenic
>> frog discourses, thoughtless amnesiac replies, and advertisements.  I have
>I am a member of groups with open discussion and a member of groups
>with closed controled discussion.  Both types of groups have been
>functional for me.  The idea of neur-sci-prof discussion group
>could have value but it is more likely that discussion coming from
>open communication would lead to unusual NEW procedures and theories.
>
>I delete messages with topics that I am not interested in.  But
>it is surprising how often the topics I am not interested in have
>lead to deep interest when I have messed up and not deleted the
>message as a prejudgement.  Ron Blue
>
There is always a problem here that can only be resolved by sooner
or later transferring files to floppies or even hard copy, or
better still digesting them into one's own work with appropriate
acknowledgements, wherever it goes. The problem and its solution
are both open-ended.

Cheers, Gord 




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