A great thought: it allows us all to be inhabitants of the Global 
  Village. Might I add one world one people 


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Subject: Re: A new AS400 mailing list for the UK (or not!)
Author:  John Cirocco <JCirocco@gw.ctg.com> at Internet-America
Date:    3/29/99 12:45 PM


Don, Dave, all,
  
One of the great things about the current setup is the I am not barraged with 
RPG, VB, Java email.  Midrange-L adds enough heft to my daily download that I 
guarantee that another list that is even less filtered will definitely NOT 
include me.
  
John
  
>>> <david.kahn@gbwsh.mail.abb.com> 03/29 11:51 AM >>> 
Don <dr2@cssas400.com> wrote:
  
>I'm not wanting to start a nationism war here, but from 
>a technical standpoint, wouldn't I want to look at ONE 
>place for my data as opposed to allowing my resource 
>points to be fragmented?
  
Well I'm in the UK, and I'm with Don 100%. It's not at all apparent to me 
what benefits there would be from having our own list. Everyone benefits 
from the great pooling of knowlege and experience that is midrange-l. 
That's the power of the Internet - it allows us all to be inhabitants of 
the Global Village. And it has to be said that the great majority of the 
useful information comes from the U.S. although there are significant 
contributions from all parts of the world. Midrange-l is my most useful 
single resource. Apart from that I actually enjoy swapping ideas with 
people in other countries. It ain't broke; don't try to fix it.
  
Dave Kahn, ABB Steward Ltd.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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