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Many on this list are (and have been for years) connected through various
listservs, special interest groups, and assorted other devices in support of
our work in art education. Some on this list have been on the internet for
the majority of the past decade and have seen a lot of online groups come
and go. Some on the list have left other lists because the amout of useful
topical information was eroded by volumes of personal and off topic
postings. Some of our member's mailboxes average 150 to 250 messages a day
while they are trying to accomplish other online course work and web
authoring and writing projects. Many on the list, are currently silent
because they see no need to add to a growing amount of junk postings on
Artsednet. Many on the list hope that this resource will retain its topical
focus in support of teaching and learning in the arts while off topic posts
remain in private communicatin and off list.
I am in that group. Sal, you are not alone.
At 06:03 PM 7/10/99 -0500, you wrote:
>I think that we all can use the space to express our feeling and it made me
feel good juat like art does. One persons expression is anothers art and
anothers way of saying today is great. Who can call the plays on an art
expression? Who is so professional the he/she does not have time to read or
delete. Sal, you need help with friendships.