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Re: GSBN:Off-topic (a poor use of GSBN resources?)
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- Subject: Re: GSBN:Off-topic (a poor use of GSBN resources?)
- From: Athena & Bill Steen absteen@...
- Date: Sat, 25 Jan 2003 12:14:29 -0700
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I would say that I agree with you fully that building, business and the
like can be awfully empty and hollow when they neglect the larger part
of life as a whole. I guess that means assorted personal details,
birthdays and the like. However, we have two lists at the present and
they may help solve the problem. Since the GSBN is kind of the more
official type list dealing with factual info, messages pertinent to SB
and it's development, perhaps the personal stuff might be confined to
the SB-r-us list where there are not the same concerns and time
On Saturday, January 25, 2003, at 08:56 AM, Mark Piepkorn wrote:
David Eisenberg's birthday!
While I don't think these announcements and well-wishes are a bad
thing, recent comments made here are a reminder that it might be just
the sort of tripe that drives people - like the birthday boy himself -
away from email lists. Me, I think it's part of the whole "community"
ethos of SB, which IMO is terribly important and increasingly
overlooked. If I should knock it off, say so. Publicly or privately,
though privately would probably be preferred by some number of folks
rather than a time-wasting thread about such a 'trivial' issue. I
won't be offended or hurt.
That said, I'm still collecting SB birthdays for no reason other than
this kind of post (which may migrate into some other thing, or to some
other forum). Send your own, or rat out a friend. If I've announced
yours in the past and you want that to not happen again, let me know.
Athena & Bill Steen
The Canelo Project
HC1 Box 324
Canelo/Elgin, AZ 85611