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> From: <jwbarlow@...>As simple as that sounds, even a Curley Stooge Like JWB makes a great point.
> Well Dave, you're right, we should "all just get along."
> And as one who often denigrates AH, I recognize the
> error of my ways! However ....
> I strongly agree with Crow here, though for somewhat differentMr. Old Crow has some very good observations. Not to mention some good
> reasons. The MOTM list was set up to deal with a very limited
> subject matter (the MOTM -- design, construction and use),
> and, with the exception of a few Stooges,
> does a very goodKen, the list is quiet. It must be your turn. :) And, where else could
> job of that. Even when the subject drifts (or when the jokes fly)
> it quickly comes back to MOTM.
> I also think the (relatively small) size of the list helps too. When
> the list is quiet, and (for example) Ken starts posting about
> obscure electronic film scores, or Crow posts about Japanese
> animation scores, I really like to read and learn about these
> because of the "MOTM community" -- the way I feel I've
> come to know them, and respect their opinions.
> about whether Donna Summer's big hit from 1977Actually, pivotal BM moment I think (that's # 2 for those that didn't "get"
> was a pivotal moment in EM history.
> I'd love to see a list similar to the "high S/N" of MOTM or diy about EMOh, I agree JWB. In fact, we have seen a little of that on this list.
> usage (patching and history for example),
> I do appreciate the references that are made to that list whenappropriate.
> While my soldering in no way compares to Crow's, I alsoI enjoy the fact that some percentage of the MOTM list are not DIY type
> believe that most posts on this list (from those that don't
> "solder") are well reasoned insights about EM topics
> related to MOTM
> -- for example, Larry had almost noWell, that is almost correct JWB. Take out the "almost" part. I am a total
> experience with modulars before MOTM,
> but his input to the MOTM line (as well
> as his diy type modules) have been to many
> list members benefit.