[NAFEX] Re: Online Pomona

Bruce Hansen brucedhansen at sbcglobal.net
Tue Oct 26 14:01:18 EDT 2004


I agree with you. The best course from my point of view is to put back
issues of POMONA on a CD and sell them to members as a fundraising effort.
Then the 'lets search POMONA' folk can all have their own data base.

What say you to writing a letter in the Winter POMONA?


-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:nafex-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org]On Behalf Of Todd Ravitch
Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2004 9:16 AM
To: nafex at lists.ibiblio.org
Subject: [NAFEX] Re: Online Pomona

I have been a little behind on reading my list mail.
I know that this topic comes up from time to time.  I
really hope that NAFEX does not move to an online
Pomona.  I appreciate many things online.  I grew up
with the computer. However, I must say that there is
nothing better than the publication arriving in the
mail, opening it, and sitting down with the paper
between you fingers.  I tend to read all the Pomona
articles, save a few that really do not interest me.
I can not say that for the mailing list.  Most of the
communications here I tend to breeze right over
without reading.  I don't know maybe I feel that if it
made it into Pomona someone thought that it was
important enough to sit down and write it out so that
all would have access to the information from th
epublication point forwars.  It is just to easy to sit
at a computer and type out a quick email.  It is
almost second nature to all of us and a regular part
of our day.  To construct an article requires an
additional effort.

Just my two cents.

Todd Ravitch
NE Oklahoma

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