Farewell Cafe

Ken Kinman kinman at HOTMAIL.COM
Thu Feb 3 06:51:02 CST 2000

Les and Robin,
     I think we had a similar large "wave" of activity on these broad
subjects this time last year (January 1999).   I think both sides need to
vent their frustrations and concerns from time to time.
     Come spring my spare time will be busier hunting fossils and collecting
spiders, but with snow on the ground and a cold wind howling, it is nice to
spend a little time discussing such things in the Taxacom "Cafe" (a little
too chilly out on the "Veranda").
                      Cheers, Ken Kinman
>From: Les Kaufman <lesk at BIO.BU.EDU>
>Reply-To: Les Kaufman <lesk at BIO.BU.EDU>
>Subject: Re: Farewell Cafe
>Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2000 07:59:14 -0500
>Just a slow news day, like traffic congestion.
>Les Kaufman
>Boston University Marine Program
>Department of Biology
>5 Cummington Street
>Boston, MA 02215
>lesk at bio.bu.edu
>617-353-5560 office
>617-353-6965 lab
>617-353-6340 fax
>On Thu, 3 Feb 2000, James Bergdahl, Conservation Biology Center wrote:
> > I agree Robin. But unfortunately, for some reason, I have not been
> > interested enough in that topic to actually read many, if any, of the
> > letters!? Am I missing the point or are there much more important things
> > me to pay attention too?
> >
> > James Bergdahl
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Robin Leech <robinl at CONNECT.AB.CA>
> > Date: Wednesday, February 02, 2000 9:16 PM
> > Subject: Farewell to Species
> >
> >
> > I am rather fascinated by the wave-like activity on TAXACOM. Things can
> > along for a long time with a simple message and an answer later.  Then
> > something like "Farewell to Species" comes along, and as mysteriously as
> > mushrooms appear, Reponses and opinions pop forth.
> > Fascinating, really fascinating.
> > Robin Leech

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