From: Armando Cottim (DSI) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Apr 06 1999 - 10:54:46 EDT
IMHO this could be interesting but, in order to keep it open to everybody,
anouncements should include details concerning time differences. I know
that, right now, is 4:53 pm in Portugal and it should be around 12 am in NY.
I then get lost with the differences as far as LA or other cities are
My 2 cents
Armando A. Cottim
Microsoft Certified Professional
Certified Novell Engineer
Certified Novell Instructor
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Carl W. Conrad [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Ter¨a-feira, 6 de Abril de 1999 17:44
> To: Biblical Greek
> Cc: Biblical Greek
> Subject: Re: live discussions???
> At 10:38 AM -0400 4/6/99, Jim West wrote:
> >I hope this does not seem too "off the wall"- but I have been considering
> >the possibility of our supplementing email discussion with live
> >in the "chat" room (I prefer to describe it as a "faculty lounge"- but be
> >that as it may...) on my web site.
> >My idea is:
> >1- to set a topic for discussion
> >2- to set a time and date for said discussion
> >3- and to have someone knowlegable on that particular topic (preferably
> >person who suggests it) be the primary respondent to the questions or
> >comments posed.
> >4- such discussions being planned for about an hour in length.
> >What think ye? dumb idea or something worth pursuing?
> >(apologies for cross postings)
> My own thinking about this--without having conferred, of course, with
> Edward Hobbs or Jonathan--is that this may well be a fine idea for those
> who wish to participate, but that it ought to be kept wholly separate from
> the B-Greek list, apart from an invitation with details of time and place.
> Personally, I think it would be best as something organized by private
> initiative and under the separate responsibility of one or more persons at
> its own site. I'm assuming that this is the sort of thing Jim has in mind
> and that there wasn't really any intention of making this an activity
> the aegis of B-Greek (my guess is that it would soon enough get away from
> distinctly Greek focus).
> Carl W. Conrad
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