Re: Theos-World Request for Information, Suggestions, Help
Nov 29, 1997 08:33 PM
by M K Ramadoss
You need to look up www.juno.com and see if one of the 805 area code access
numbers is a local call for Ojai. Then it may be worthwhile to provide them
with info on free e-mail from Juno. Also you can have some diskettes with
Juno software that can be handed out for free to anyone interested. Juno is
encouraging distribution of software with no strings attached. If you like,
I can arrange to duplicate and send you diskettes for distribution. You may
want to consider about incorportating the above in your presentation at Ojai.
At 11:42 AM 11/22/97 -0800, Eldon B Tucker wrote:
>>Following on what JRC has indicated, could you tell us:
>>1. What is the composition of the audience such as:
>> top leaders
>This cannot be predicted in advance. The program is a one-day
>thing on the regular Krotona schedule, without any special
>> Again in the above groups any idea of the proportion of young and old
>Typical programs at Krotona are older folks that may never
>have owned their own PC. For a program on this topic, though,
>the older folks that dislike computers will stay away, and
>more of the younger people on the Krotona mailing list will
>likely come. The percentage of younger people will be
>improved, but still be older than the average for the T.S.
>>2. What are the objectives, if any has been formulated?
>Give a broad overview of what's out there, some show-and-tell,
>and related philosophical discussion of how one can benefit
>from and serve others on the Internet.
>>3. Getting the audience appreciate and use Internet, is top-down or
>>bottom-up approach is going to be taken? (How eager and fast rank and file
>>take to Internet may depend on the attitude and enthusiasm of the leadership
>>especially because Krotona is the HQ of the Esoteric Section.)
>This is not a training session for staff, it's a public
>program for anyone interested.
>>4. Can you tell us some background of how and who initiated setting up your
>I thought it would be a good idea and volunteered to
>give the program.
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