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RE: Abstracts of New Papers on Web Site (4-5 pages)


Just wanted to let you know that the University has granted my request for
Professor Emeritus status, so I will be able to keep my University web site

Thanks for the offer to provide an alternative home for my web site, but it
will be easier for me to let the University maintain it.  If you would like
to link your web site to mine, or make it a part of your site by any other
means, please feel free to do so.

Again, thanks for your offer to help.

John E. Ikerd
5121 S. Brock Rodgers Rd
Columbia, MO  65201  USA
Phone: (573) 874-0408
Fax: [520] 569-7659
E-mail: JEIkerd@aol.com <mailto:JEIkerd@aol.com> 
Web: http://www.ssu.missouri.edu/faculty/jikerd

-----Original Message-----
From: Lawrence F. London, Jr. [mailto:london@metalab.unc.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, February 29, 2000 7:50 PM
To: Ikerd, John E.
Subject: Re: Abstracts of New Papers on Web Site (4-5 pages)

On Mon, 28 Feb 2000, Ikerd, John E. wrote:

> New Papers on the Web:
> I have just placed eleven new papers on my web site - all are papers
> presented at various conferences over the past year. Some are essentially
> updates of previous papers, others are largely new combinations of
> used in previous papers, and others are pretty much new material - at
> for me. I am a firm believer that nothing is ever completely original. The
> only concept of "new" that we know is simply "new arrangements" of the
> old stuff - new wholes, if you will, made up of old parts.
> Check them out at my University web site:
> <http://www.ssu.missouri.edu/faculty/jikerd>
> http://www.ssu.missouri.edu/faculty/jikerd
> or at my new personal homepage:  <http://hometown.aol.com/jeikerd>
> http://hometown.aol.com/jeikerd
> I am officially retired from the University of Missouri, as of February 1,
> but will be able to keep my University web site for at least another five
> months.
> A brief description of each paper so you can decide which, if any, are
> your attention. The abstracts are ordered so that each may draw on
> covered in previous abstracts, not by date or order found on the web site.


These papers are wonderful and so inspiring. You could have 
a website at MetaLab (and your own mailing list) if you are interested.
I could have an account for you set up as another MetaLab content
provider. There is no charge whatsoever. MetaLab is at the University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC (my home town and the location of my
microfarm). I hope you will be interested in doing this. The world needs
to continue reading your work. 

Awaiting your reply,

Lawrence London
(one of the co-owners of he market-farming mailing list that Elizabeth
Pike invited you to join)

Lawrence F. London, Jr.  Venaura Farm
metalab.unc.edu/intergarden InterGarden
metalab.unc.edu/permaculture PermaSphere
metalab.unc.edu/intergarden/orgfarm AGINFO
lflondon@mindspring.com  london@metalab.unc.edu