In a message dated 6/25/00 5:46:38 PM Central Daylight Time,
> > Yes- Greenstar has much broader appeal than core extropian interests.
> > Let us focus on these area with litle support, and let Sally Struthers &
> > friends push Greenstar.
> Well...there *is* one thing we can do. Sally Struthers and friends
> don't generally look for these kinds of things, so they don't know about
> them. Possibly the most effective form of "investment" we could do here
> would merely be to inform non-extropians looking to invest about this.
This is one of the things I had in mind. I'm into things like this, and if
I'd skipped over the original link in a thread about water purification with
hyacinths, I'd have missed it. I've already told a bunch of people off this
list about Greenstar and plan to tell a lot more. I'd like to see us act as
a nexus of information in that way for good ideas.
[ I can't read depositions ALL night <--- guilty conscience ]
Greg Burch <GBurch1@aol.com>----<firstname.lastname@example.org>
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