Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> __/ [Els] on Friday 02 September 2005 13:58 \__
>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>> In some groups, subscribers would raise any minute problem that they came
>>> across and then work cohesively to make one another feel truly supported
>> Funny thing maybe, but I feel this group often does exactly that.
> It sure does that, but often on a personal level rather than a professional
I was talking about professionally, actually.
> phrased differently, or analysed differently, support on a professional
> level gets obscured by a far larger amount of personal-level support that
> typically dominates.
Yes, I can see that.
> I have nothing against discussions covering personal
> lives, but the relevance to others (the scope) tends to reach fewer people.
> Newsgroups are not well-engineered to handle dialogues.
You're absolutely right when it comes to a group having only one
purpose, which would be to share information. I don't regard a.w.w. as
such though. I come here on my lunch break sort of. Most questions I
may have would be more appropriate in an HTML or CSS group.
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