Re: convention day 2
Jul 14, 1996 06:21 AM
by m.k. ramadoss
On Sun, 14 Jul 1996 Drpsionic@aol.com wrote:
> The TSA is not merely getting a web page up, it is getting it's own domain,
When? Last time I checked, the domain was not registered yet.
Domain registration is very simple and costs $100 fee for two years.
> so it will be able to ultimately do all kinds of kool stuff with its web site
> but first they have to solve a little problem. Reuben says they can view the
> page on netscape but not on other browsers, so if anyone has a solution,
> please e-mail him. They are also trying to put together a moderated (read
> censored) newsgroup and that is probably why they are tre pissed at Uncle
> Chuckie because I sort of started an unmoderated one and we all know which is
> going to get more traffic.
Some years ago, Krishnamurti Foundation tried a moderated list
and it was a flop. The one that is active now is an unmoderated and the
owner is seen nowhere - lurking very deep - like John Mead here. This is
what works. I wish good luck.
The problem that Ruben has should be solvable with a simple phone
consultation with one of the professionals, which of course would cost
some money. It is a trade off between time and money. Of course he will
be able to finally figure it out given enough time.
> I feel sorry for the poor fool who gets stuck with the moderator job. He
> will go nuts very quickly.
It would be interesting to find out who the willing victim is.
> Now for the real very bad terrible horrible news.
> They are keeping the Quest going, which means that we will be blessed with
When Dorothy was the President, I suggested that they not send me
the Quest because it straight goes to the trash can. My annual dues
could be reduced and I will donate the savings to my local lodge for its
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