Replying to LO24528 --
> I would like to know what is the motivation of each of you to write to
> this list. Why do you do it? Is because you feel that your activity is
> recognized, is because you need to challenge you ideas, why?
Judging by the enthusiasm with which I scan this list for responses to my
own postings, I'd have to say that the thrill of repartee is my primary
motivation. However, I also love to challenge prevailing wisdom and have
found this easiest to do in small increments to like-minded crowds like
> I would also like to know what are the objectives of these list and
> how each of you feels that participates in achieving these objectives.
For a time I was convinced that the objective of this list was dialogue
for its own sake. Now I think that the list has as many objectives as it
has individual contributors with individual motivations. Thanks for
asking these interesting questions.
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