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Since your presentation to the youth during the National Convention, I've been eagerly waiting to hear more. I am so excited about this! Thank you times a guhgillion.


but i love that anyone who logs on to also finds out that there are material matters articles too. so, even if you weren't looking for it specifically... your interest might be piqued once you realize its available.

i just went to for the first time in a while and loved seeing that at least 3 national center offices are using it as a way to get messages out. that's great!


Thanks for the feedback! What I'm envisioning would, I think, touch on everyone's needs. An RSS feed would notify you of when a new post is made. And I'm really into the possibility of responding and asking questions that blogs offer. And since we have a number of contributors involved in this project we would be able to organize them systematically, according to author and topic. And the information the volunteers involved are trying to present the information systematically too, so that the knowledge builds on itself.

I'm excited about getting this out too! I'm hoping sometime soon we'll launch some kind of something.


I agree with Nathan - a well organized web site would be great. I always get happy when I see you writing more about this helpful and timely subject!


The critical part for me would be a concise online reference rather than a "post of the day" thing. Information that's consistently and very readily available with very concrete applications, many examples, and is categorized, not something you have to go looking through monthly archives for. Basic questions like "what do I start", "how do I start", and "how do I keep going once I've started" are things I need to know.


Yes, I think a blog would be great—especially because people could comment on it. I found myself wanting to comment on Helen's first column (which you pointed to). Well, not that I had anything big to say, but I have started taking for granted the ability to discuss stories online :)


Yes, a regularly updated blog would be appealing. To me anyway. Quite selfishly, a regularly updated blog on MySpace would rock the most, as I could get automatic notices when new entries were posted.

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