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January 16, 2006


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I'm not on live a whole lot, my brothers play more than I do. My tag is "Martin Smith" ... look me up sometime.

Regarding the IT Roundtable site, or in general, any web site. How do you keep up with such sites? I'm finding, more and more, than if I can't get an RSS feed, or an email, then I don't much care. Perhaps a bad attitude on my part, but also a reality of lots to do. I do set up Google Alerts for things, which helps just a little.

- Tony

Tony - Jason from the IT-R site contacted me. I'm with you, if I can't get an RSS feed I most likely will not return. Of course now I'm at a place where I don't feel I have the time to read all my feeds...so I've started deleting the ones that I could live without.


Very good point. I've been going over the idea of communication for a while & my challenge is this: How do you get people who are some of the busiest people I know to network together (much less, keep them up-to-date.

We've tried forums - no luck. It seems that RSS and emails are the way to go. Once we move to a more robust server, we'll have blogs too.

With email, there is a fine line between keeping people in touch and spamming to death. Your thoughts?

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  • Jason Powell is the Information Technology Director at Granger Community Church. The views and opinions expressed here are not necessarily those of GCC ...
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