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August 7, 2004: "Learning about Learning" encyclopedia editorial board workspace created
LearningLearning is the start of an editorial workspace for use by the folks who are affiliated with the Learning Alliance Network (LAN) http://www.gozarks.com/lan/
Comments on the project are warmly welcomed at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CCL-LLCs/ and more information about this work may be acquired at http://www.creatinglearningcommunities.org
August 2, 2004: Conway Earth Day 2005 workspace created.
Thanks for fixing the login, Pat. I'm adding a page for Conway EarthDay 2005 http://www.gozarks.com/earthday/ and inviting the others who are working on this project to come and play in this workspace!!!
Wonderful! Thanks for reminding me about the problem and helping me to bump up its priority! It had been broken for months, and might have stayed broken, had you not mentioned it. :-) --PatrickSalsbury
Well... all I can say is that it's a joy and a pleasure to know you <grin>!!! ~Christine
Okay... I've done a bit of organizing.
Thus you will find this workspace now has 3 pages:
- ChristineWeiss (the page you are reading)
- SoThere (aka: "debate the pros and cons of promotional marketing")
- JustDoIt (a working draft of a collaborative news release, inclusive of "how to" guidelines)
And, just for clarity, my purpose in creating this section is to discover and create purposeful tools for accomplishing the Disaster Relief concept and project (see Page Index, above) that is "one of the long-standing topics of discussion on the [Domesteading] mailing list."
With that said, please allow me to say "Hello and WELCOME!!!" I'm so glad you're here.
If you'd like to discover a little about me and my family...
...have a seat on that log by our Sassafras Wilds campfire -- http://www.sassafraswilds.net
If you'd like to glimpse something about what I do with much of my living...
...step into my "Gozarks: Everything Ozarks" parlor -- http://www.gozarks.com
And if you'd like a peek at the domehome we are steadily building...
...have a gander -- http://www.sassafraswilds.net/domehome/sassafrasplans/floorplans.htm
So... What's up with you?
- From someone who has built both concrete domes and wood domes, I would suggest that you don't put concrete in contact with your wood unless you are going to use CCA,which has other problems. You are making the project harder than it needs to be and I am afraid the results may be less than you expect for your supreme effort. Robert Conroy
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