Thanks to Darryl, Chip, Keith, and all. I've learned a ton from this list over the years; looking forward to continuing on the new platform.
Happy new year! Best, Jake On Dec 31, 2016 3:46 PM, "Tom" <ontheh...@fairpoint.net> wrote: > Thanks Chip. > Thanks Darryl. > Thanks to all who have contributed to the group. > Tom Kelly > > -----Original Message----- > From: "Darryl McMahon" <dar...@econogics.com> > Sent: 12/31/2016 2:54 PM > To: "Sustainablelorgbiofuel@lists.sustainablelists.org" < > Sustainablelorgbiofuel@lists.sustainablelists.org> > Subject: [Biofuel] A chapter ends ... > > ... and another begins. > > I want to thank Chip for his efforts in recent years to keep the list > operating. I don't really know how much effort that was (it was > considerable when I last ran a list many years ago), but I'm grateful I > did not have to look after that, freeing me to concentrate on content. > > I don't see this list (sustainablelorgbiofuel) as being much work for > me. If I read a piece which I think deserves a wider audience, I simply > shared it. I could just add it to Reddit or StumbleUpon or other such > tools instead, but those do not save the content to make it searchable > (in the mail archive). And while Internet searches are more > comprehensive, they don't have a human filter to determine what is real > and what is manufactured. In a world where perception and sound-bytes > rule the mainstream messaging, I think that has value. In a world of > Internet narrow-casting where feeds provide only reinforcement for > pre-selected viewpoints, I hope that occasionally some of the posts I > share cause others to pause and think for a moment. This was Keith's > gift to me (and many others). I came to learn about biodiesel, and I > learned about so much more. > > I have set up a new mail list via FreeLists.org. I have called this > Keith's List because in my mind that is the most accurate and succinct > description of it, though not everyone has known or corresponded with > Keith Addison. It's a bit last minute, so the transition may be a bit > rough. Same purpose, same mandate, same rules. If you think there > should be discussion of a topic you are not seeing, just jump in and > post. Perhaps you can ask a question (though I hope the archives will > continue to be your first-stop resource to reduce duplication), or find > some like-minded souls to help with your personal projects and desires > to 'save the world'. It's a big place; no doubt you can find something > in it to improve. > > Sorry, the following instructions are a direct lift from the list > instructions, but I'm rather working to deadline as this list expires > today. > > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ > > - Subscribers can join your list by sending email to > keiths-list-requ...@freelists.org with 'subscribe' in the Subject field > OR by visiting your list page at > http://www.freelists.org/list/keiths-list. > > - To post on your mailing list, simply send email to > keiths-l...@freelists.org (only after you are a list member) > > - Online, searchable archives of your list are available at > http://www.freelists.org/archive/keiths-list Each list's archive is > automatically updated as new messages come in. > > - There's a FAQ at http://www.freelists.org/wiki/the_faq > > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ > > Please note: I will not subscribe anyone to this list (or unsubscribe > them either). > > The first post is up, and can be seen in the on-line archive at: > http://www.freelists.org/post/keiths-list/First-Post,13 > > (I believe the on-line archive is web-accessible without need for a > log-in, but unfortunately appears to be supported by ads. As far as I > can tell, no ads in the e-mail version or via the member's web > interface, which requires a log-in. I still have some learning to do.) > > See you on the other list if you choose to show up there. If not, > strength to your arm, and all best in your future endeavours. > > Wishing you all a successful (however you choose to define that) 2017, > > Your correspondent, > > Darryl McMahon > > ==================================================== > > “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, > Nothing is going to get better. It's not.” > > ― Dr. Seuss, The Lorax > _______________________________________________ > Sustainablelorgbiofuel mailing list > Sustainablelorgbiofuel@lists.sustainablelists.org > http://lists.eruditium.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sustainablelorgbiofuel > _______________________________________________ > Sustainablelorgbiofuel mailing list > Sustainablelorgbiofuel@lists.sustainablelists.org > http://lists.eruditium.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sustainablelorgbiofuel > _______________________________________________ Sustainablelorgbiofuel mailing list Sustainablelorgbiofuel@lists.sustainablelists.org http://lists.eruditium.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sustainablelorgbiofuel