From: Robert Zinkov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Dec 19 2006 - 23:29:37 MST
What I have found interesting about the new redesign is the surprising lack
of action section to active volunteers, and the happy disregard for the
history of the institute before 2003.
Considering all topics are very well covered, this is my first post, I have
been lurking for about 2 years on the list. Hopefully all my posts wont be
On 12/13/06, Olie Lamb <email@example.com> wrote:
> To add a tiny bit of traffic to an otherwise blissfully quiet list...
> I Noticed that a particular Institute's website has been rejigged and
> rather snazzed up. It certainly looks very slick and professional, but it
> also* gives the impression that this is an organisation of the
> Old-White-Guys-In-Suits cultural variety. Which, I spose, is not bad for
> attracting the neccessary funding.
> *I made an interesting Freudian typo with "alas", first time round. Hee.
> As for the low traffic volumes, well, I'm happy to let the irrelevant
> issues be discussed elsewhere, and the No Dead Horse rule rather covers a
> lot of the really SL4 topics disturbingly well... and let the researchers
> get on with their rather important work.
> -- Olie
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