Re: value of web sites -- www.cohousing.org communities db
From: Fred H. Olson (fholsoncohousing.org)
Date: Fri, 11 Jun 1999 13:27:06 -0500
As several people have pointed out, today there are numerous ways to have
information posted on the web for little or no cost.  Another related
question is how do people find your web pages.  Of course, once you have
set up some web pages you can pass on the address to people who express
interest etc. 

In my opinion, one of the most useful features of www.cohousing.org
is the list of communities and groups which includes links to 
group web sites.  Of course the usefulness of this list is
only as good as the information in it.

Send update information for www.cohousing.org communities database to:
<cohousing [at] umich.edu>

I also advise against posting information that does not have reasonably
long lasting usefulness.  Updating meeting schedules etc seems to be a
wide spread problem.  Instead you may want to post general comments on
meeting schedules and a phone contact for current information.

Fred  whose simple web pages can be found at

http://freenet.msp.mn.us/housing/cohousing

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Fred H. Olson  fholson [at] cohousing.org    Minneapolis,MN   55411  
(612)588-9532  Amateur radio: WB0YQM          List manager of:
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