- Hello All:
I think we have almost 2 dozen members already.
If each of you will reply to me i will then use your replies to compile a list
of us and send it to everyone.
Please also give me your ideas as to ways to use the list, and ill circulate
those also. Here are my thoughts: exchange personal information (new
addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses, etc. Even family news, For
example, Margaret and I became grandparents for the first time last Saturday,
when my daughter Miriam had a baby girl, Kimberly Rose).
Exchange information about newly published miniature books (or older books
some of us may not know about).
Offer to swap duplicate books.
Inquire about availability of books wanted to purchase.
Ask for help in publishing miniature books.
Exchange information about Conclaves.
Im sure that you guys have other good ideas too.
Neale M. Albert
>If each of you will reply to me i will then use your replies to compile a listHere I am; put me on the list.
>of us and send it to everyone.
But I want to add that most email listservs have a facility to list all
subscribers. Sometimes this list is unavailable to members, usually not.
But the list owner should always be able to have access to it. I don't
know whether things are arranged differently at Onelist, which is
administered via the web rather than email computer commands. But Neale,
try investigating, or even emailing Onelist about it if you can't find any
info on their website. You may even find that we can all access the
complete list of subscribers at any time.
Tim Sheppard tim@...-uk.net
Lilliput Press - Publisher of fine books in miniature
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