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Segregating the technical issues from the humor and business issues (even if
the amount of work to do this would be acceptable to Shafat and technically
feasible by the server) would further promote the "geek" stereotype the
public has of engineers. Not only do I think these issues should be
addressed in one listserv, but humor and business issues should be mandatory
reading.

Regards,
Bill Allen

-----Original Message-----
From: Ajay Ray <ajray(--nospam--at)telis.org>
To: seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org <seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org>
Date: Friday, April 24, 1998 11:09 AM
Subject: Re: One Question Survey


>>This idea appeals to me too.  Anyone else?
>>
>>Ronnie Fong
>>Fremont,  CA
>>
>>In a message dated 4/23/98 6:41:51 PM !!!First Boot!!!,
>>michael.davis(--nospam--at)ferc.fed.us writes:
>>
>>> Maybe one solution is to split this list serve into two list serves:
One
>>for
>>>  technical matters and one for business matters.  This way, those who
>>>  are interested in just one or the other can cut the volume of their
mail
>>>  down.  Brief job postings and humor ;-) could be limited to the
business
>>>  list serve.
>>>
>>>  Mike Davis, P.E.
>
>Really the posting is getting longer and longer. May be we should pick up
>Mike's suggestion if that is possible.-AJ Ray , S.E.
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