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To all:

I've been participating on the eng-tips website for a number of years under the name Oldrunner. It is good as it has many other subjects than just structural engineering - such as RISA, spreadsheets, wood design and many other topics.

I've always like the Listserver -even we do have political distractors once in a while. Actually met one of the fellow engineers at the Javits Center during the 9-11 event that I had contacted in around 1999?.

This list has been and I hope will continue as a great resource.

Neil Moore, PE, SE

On 10/30/2013 12:17 PM, Andrew Kester wrote:
Good one Bill!

Though the list was a most valuable tool to me early on in my career, and I have made friends, gotten business, etc. from it, it seems to have died a rather unceremonious death and now seems like it is on life support.

However, I have found this structural engineering message board that is
alive and well:
Structural engineering other technical topics Forum
It is well organized as it uses individual threads which makes it very easy to follow, the records are searchable, and you can easily upload pictures and sketches along with your post. I would love to see some of the good ol' SEAINT listers become active participants, as anything like that is only as good as the people who contribute.

Regards, and hope all finds everyone well!

Andrew Kester, PE

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