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28 April 2005


Andy Andrews


I've become a big fan of For Immediate Release, which I load onto my little $35 flash player and listen to it to and from work through the tape player in my '93 buick.

I wanted to subscribe to your blog here but when I click on the little orange RSS button it tries to open an RDF file, and my system doesn't know what that is, nor do I.

I wanted to email you but this is the only way I can find to contact you.

I use Thunderbird here at home for my news feeds. Had no trouble adding your partner's feed.

I am an Advertising and PR Manager for a small manufacturing company, as well as a consumer and a salesman, so all your coverage, from all the angles, is very interesting and pertinent to me.

(I just figured I ought to read your post and say something on topic;)

Wouldn't WIKIs be great for Reunion sites? That's what I want to use one for. I'm a former Peace Corps Volunteer, one of a training group of about 40, and we were plunged together for 12 weeks in a foreign land, then split up and sent into the countryside for two years, so we still feel a bond together, many of us, but we need a vehicle to interact and get caught up 20 years later.

Do you have a suggestion for an easy way to get this sort of thing created? Just how does one make a WIKI?

Keep the great stuff coming,

Andy Andrews

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