Tag Archives: listserve

“WHY DON’T THE GREENS… ” REPLANTED


I promised it long ago.  Here it is.  A compilation of my accumulated wisdom as a veteran Green.  The key to the universe… Well, not exactly.  It might be my wisdom, but that doesn’t mean you should expect a helluva … Continue reading

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Not a Techie


There might be quite a few forgettable movies with one memorable line in them.  Somehow, there’s one that keeps recurring in my brain circuits. Many years ago, sick at home, nothing else on the tv, I saw Support your Local … Continue reading

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New Blood


Back during the Arab Spring, I asked my readers to speculate about what it would take to get a large number of Americans to say:  “It’s time, it’s up to me.  This is more important than my favorite tv show … Continue reading

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A little more about trolls


Since the two replies I got to my “Censorship!” post were about trolls, I’ll go with that for a while, as it might interest somebody. First thing to remember: Whether something irritating is being done by a troll, a noob, … Continue reading

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CENSORSHIP!


What a dreaded word — one sure to push buttons among people who value free communication and openness to new ideas. Of course, as a listserve moderator, I’ve been accused of it from time to time.  If you’ve never used … Continue reading

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Horseshoes On Your Car


How to Use Email: a few “Duhs” Most of you know that I’m the announcement dude for a large listserve or two, and know to send me things that you’d like to be widely distributed, especially to local Greens. What … Continue reading

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What I Know


I’ve decided this private blog should be a repository for things that I often find myself repeating to one person after another.  It’ll simply provide a convenient collection of the various observations I’ve made, to which I can refer people.  … Continue reading

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