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Concerning Robert Eiffert's response to my post. I do agree with
him, and I am not saying that LM_NET is actually Web 2.0 BUT;

"Blogging makes is easy for anyone to have a voice online."
I do blog, I have a blog, nothing great. I also monitor a dozen or so blogs
bloglines. But does EVERYONE need to blog? I sometimes see blogs just going
around in circles, each pointing to another blog.

"Wikis and to a large extent CMS let all of a similar mind join in and
share their input for a common good." I have tried out Wiki, have a Wiki
of my own, I did join but haven't been able to contribute much to
Joyce's wiki
as well as

I have used Backflip as well as Filimentality in the past, will
be using now. But I noticed there are so many, which to use?

All of the above are useful, and I will be attempting to keep up.
But when I really want help, I turn to LM_NET.

Deborah Stafford
Gen. H.H. Arnold High School
Wiesbaden, Germany

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