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Old 11-03-2009, 10:54 AM   #6
don Arnoldy
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Originally Posted by Howard Allen View Post
I'm afraid you've missed the point of my message: it really has nothing to do with newsletter per se.
I didn't miss the point of your message, I was trying to step around it.

If a person agrees to chair a project or a committee, or becomes an officer for a volunteer organization, they may agree to have their contact information put into a news release. A news release is, I think, intended to be ephemeral—at some point the information ceases to be news.

Yes, old newspapers and newsletters continue to exist—but generally marked as archives. People have to go looking for them, and by the time they find them, they know that the information is old.

This five-year-old newsletter on your site is not part of an archive—it is being distributed as a sample to people who may not immediately notice that it is 5 years old.

I think sky4forums said it as well as I could have—why not do it? Its better for you image, and it doesn't really cost you anything to do.


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