Re: The Problem
Wed, 06 Jan 1999 22:38:07 -0700
John, what you are starting here is great. People need to get their act
organized, so we can get stuff happening. I would like to help, but I am
not sure I can. I am only 16 and money is something I can't give away, I
have to save for future education and stuff. I would give time and
labour building machines, but I have few tools and can't travel anywhere
to meet with a group. I want to help make a break through, but with the
way things are I can't. I just thought you should know this. I don't
think the 200 and some Keelynetters don't want anything to do with your
group of builders and designers, I think many like me simiply are unable
to for various reasons.
But people, don't work alone if you don't have to. I know may people
would like the glory to themselfs, but you chances of building something
that works is much better in a group. Working collectively is the only
way we are going to get anywhere. I talk to people who work on similar
things as I, about my projects, and theirs. It is a way I can work in a
group, it's not as good as being with them, but since I started to talk
to people things have gone better.
I had hit a wall in my Hamel reasearch, them I started talking to Leon,
who I met on this group. I enjoy talking to him and I thing together we
have helped each other.
This is the way it must be done.
Perhaps we should create sub-groups to talk about certain topics. We
would all post on the Keelynet list, instead of a few people privately
sharing their thoughts we could pool them all. This is a pratical thing
I think EVERYONE could do. We would all be much better off.
So on that note I guess I will start by asking who would like to start a
sub-group for David Hamel reasearch? All of us in the sub-group should
post with a subject of something like "Hamel subgroup". And we can have
groups for every topic under the sun, anyone can write to another person
in the group, and post it on the message board so ALL can benifit from
Before we start this I guess I should ask Jerry Decker if this is okay.
Jerry, is this okay, do you think it's good idea?
ALL RIGHT THEN PEOPLE, LETS GET BUSY AND GET SOMETHING WORKING!