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The activity on this listservice has impressed me.  It could be a model for
many technical groups that want to share information.  Congratulations to
the founders!

At 02:18 PM 8/12/96 -0700, you wrote:
>I just wanted to take the time to thank all of you professionals for
>participating in our Online listservice. I know that both Shafat Qazi and I
>have had this dream for a long time to see an electronic platform
>established for the purpose of sharing problems, idea's and innovations.
>This listservice has exceeded my greatest expectations and it is due to the
>fact that there are thousands of engineers that realize the importance of
>sharing thoughts and learning from one another.
>Your posts have been most stimulating, effective and useful to me in my
>business. Many of use are geographically isolated from large cities where
>much of this work is done in SEA chapters (not to diminish all of the other
>structural engineering groups and institutions of higher learning). SEAOC
>listservice makes for one small world where we can gather and share our
>I'm also impressed by the fact that some of the posts that I have made
>appear to be relatively basic questions. Each answer that I received
>considered the question in it's entirety without consideration for how
>basic or complex the issue is. In many cases, other important issues arose
>that may have been overlooked.
>Finally, I wish to extend my gratitude to all of you that have made the
>SEAOC listservice what it is today.
>Best wishes to all
>Dennis S. Wish PE
Frank E. Woeste, Ph. D., P. E.
Biological Systems Engineering
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0303