In a message dated 5/3/2004 9:24:03 AM Eastern Daylight Time, poirier@...
<< I've always thought that groups organized around a shared
"interest" were a good thing, while groups organized around a shared "view" were, from the standpoint of method, a potentially bad idea. While the former arrangement allows for iron sharpening iron, the latter arrangement often leads only to cheese sticking to cheese.>>
I really like this, and never heard it put this way before. The second scenario is certainly right on the money as a description of what I experienced last week.
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