[network] please remove me from this list

  • From: Mary McDowell <communemary@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: network@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2002 06:05:33 -0800 (PST)

--- paxus@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Dearest Friends:
> So after a bit of struggle, we have set up the list
> serve for the folx
> from the Dec 8th Weaving the Web of Community event
> at Twin 
> Oaks Community.
> me at this 
> e-adr and i will remove you (you maybe able to
> remove yourself 
> also - this is a new service and i am not exactly
> sure how it 
> works).
> As with all e-lists, please use this one
> judiciously.  To send 
> something to the list you just need to send a msg to
> network@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> and 70 people will get it.
> Ideal msgs (from my perspective) would be include
> information 
> about events in the area (central Virginia - DC
> Metro) of interest to
> this diverse group.  Other ideal messages would be
> initiating dialog
> with list members abut how to be better allies for
> each other in our
> various projects and groups.  Finally, we could
> design the next get
> together in the region to continue the networking
> which started on 
> Dec 8th.  You can think of other types of msgs which
> would be 
> appropriate for this group.  
> Plz dont use this list to repost general interest
> items from any other 
> list or news service (assume everyone already is
> subscribed to 
> these services or gets these forwards from others). 
> Ideally (again 
> for me) everything which came over his list would be
> original text 
> from someone in our group.
> Soon we will be using this list to announce the
> website connected 
> to the info we gathered on Dec 8th and in hope of
> stay better 
> virtually connected between our face to face
> interactions.
> Looking forward to our brilliant dialog.
> meme free
> meme far
> paxus at Twin Oaks
> 20 icy 02
> The plain fact is that the planet does not need more
> successful people. But it does desparetly need more
> peacemakers,
> healers, restorers, storytellers, and lovers of
> every kind. It needs
> people who live well in their place. It needs people
> of moral courage
> willing to join the fight to make the world
> habitable and humane. And
> these qualities have little to do with success as
> our culture has
> defined it. (david orr, Earth in Mind)

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