I forward messages to ArtsEdNet that I think some arts educators may be
interested in. And other people have forward MY messages to ArtsEdNet.
Who is to say what is interesting and what is not? I take it as just
part of the ArtsEdNet free speech process that I am going to have to
wade through topics that I have no interest in (or repeated messages).
What REALLY slows me down is having to read through a 10-paragraph
e-mail dissertation from an ArtsEdNet contributor that turns out to be
an obsure personal opinion without much practical application. In other
words, it is something I am not particularly interested in. But other
subscribers might be interested in it. If I am to blame for any tedious
repeated messages, I apologize to everyone on ArtsEdNet. I just logged
on to try to locate some sources for childrens artwork and to pass on a
few opportunities to other educators that my organization sponsors - I
will disappear shortly.
Paul F. Newman