Re: Continuing the discussion

From: Don H. Hunter, Jr. <dhunter_at_PCNTSERVER10.SIGMAXI.ORG>
Date: Sat, 17 Oct 1998 16:20:26 -0400

American Scientist and Sigma Xi appreciates the attention that has been
given to the September-Forum and fully intends to maintain the archive
indefinitely. The web and list services will be maintained even if the
hardware at some point requires replacement. The September-Forum Archive
for the year 1998 is visible at the following address:

We have no plans, that I am personally aware of to move or disturb this
archive. Additionally, Forum participants are encouraged to continue using
this list service until the 1999 September-Forum list comes on line in late
August of 1999.

Again, Thank You for your participation in this Forum and The Programs of
Sigma Xi and American Scientist Magazine.

Don Hunter

Don H. Hunter, Jr.
Director, Telecommunications and Information Systems
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
PO Box 13975, 99 Alexander Drive
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
Phone: 1-800-243-6534 extension 235
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> From: Stevan Harnad[SMTP:harnad_at_COGSCI.SOTON.AC.UK]
> Reply To: september-forum
> Sent: Saturday, October 17, 1998 02:23 PM
> To: september-forum
> Subject: Re: Continuing the discussion
> On Thu, 15 Oct 1998 12:04:40 -0400, Bruce Edmonds <b.edmonds_at_MMU.AC.UK>
> wrote:
> >Presumably this forum will end at some point. So, does
> >anyone know of any alternative forum to continue disucssion.
> I am sure that the online editor of the American Scientist Forum is not a
> pedant. This Forum has had some impact, which is still growing. Moreover,
> it is still quite active. "September" refers only to the month it started.
> I am sure the September Forum will be allowed to continue here until it
> runs its
> course, and that AmSci will keep the archive of it online even after that.
> (Indeed, I am quite prepared to archive it if/when AmSci no longer wishes
> to.)
> The economies of scale being what they are, the cost for AmSci are
> minuscule, whereas the benefits for the learned community appreciable.
> So sit tight.
> Stevan Harnad
Received on Tue Aug 25 1998 - 19:17:43 BST

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