Re: When was the last time an extropian post changed your life?

Holger Wagner (
Mon, 01 Dec 1997 19:01:23 +0100

Alex Tseng wrote:

> I think the guidelines and rules laid down at the beginning when
> we all first logged onto extroppians are well thought thru and we
> should strive to adhere to them ....

I think this is THE important point in this issue. As I first subscribed
to this mailing-list, I was kinda shocked by what I read in the
introduction. The rules put up there sound really restrictive.
Unfortunately, many people seem to have forgotten that introduction -
and no one seems to enforce it...

Maybe regularly posting this introduction could help!

Answering the question posed in the subject I have to say that many of
the threads are quite interesting and I really appreciate being on this
list - even when I don't have the time to read it a lot anymore (if
there was less "noise" this may change...)


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