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Re: Yugo Section Split -- The Importance of Open Communication

Feb 15, 1998 09:27 AM
by Bart Lidofsky

M K Ramadoss wrote:

> We had the situation in Boston Lodge. During the TSA By-laws change which
> was presented as "house keeping",

    If you are talking about the by-laws about distribution of property, I know
of no source where they referred to it as "house keeping", in the sense of
cleaning up vague language, as opposed to protecting real estate from a hostile
takeover. It was presented as a major and serious change to the by-laws. From
my reading, the key problem was that it changed the nature of the by-law
describing how a Lodge might be dissolved, and I DO support making it far more
difficult to do so than it is currently.

> Add to this is the fact that the leadership not taking advantage of the
> Internet as a communication medium either due to lack of understanding of
> the potential of the medium and/or as a deliberate policy or don't yet know
> how to deal with the medium.

    How have they failed to take advantage of it? It's a real, not rhetorical
question; please recall I am writing the Theosophist's Guide to the Internet.

    Bart Lidofsky

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