[Homeroast] What Coffee Do You Buy, When You Can't Roast
pchforever at gmail.com
Tue Jul 9 18:30:37 CDT 2013
to the list...
I have been around a long time on the list...
>>>Forums are too
your comment is a moot point. life is too
you take what you want from here but do you use that information to help
or is it simply for you???
this is a forum regardless of how you see it, what you call it -
this is a forum for coffee.
why is that an issue for you or anyone???\
makes no difference what you call a coffee list it is a forum for
this has always been the best place for general coffee talk. yes other
forums have come into place for
the same reasons but have evolved into specific topics because that is the
way members took/take
is SM not a place to be because it is not as populated as it was 6 years
ago, no of course not.
to say that you are the only place to have long conversations is stupid
On Tue, Jul 9, 2013 at 2:33 PM, Martin Maney <maney at two14.net> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 09, 2013 at 01:23:16PM -0400, sci wrote:
> > probably contribute more to the latter category. Forums are too
> > categorized. It is a strength that has a weakness. You can pinpoint a
> > topic, but you don't get the Bohemian bazaar effect of this list. Let's
> > KEEP IT GOING!
> Just want to point out that we do have long conversations that couldn't
> be fit into categories on the other side. I'm embarassed to have
> started one, quite unintentionally, when I started "I Have Met The
> Bean" in the new roasters section. Fell in with some chatty folks who
> became friends and long-distance coffee sharers, and, well, the faces
> change but the damned thread goes on and on and on and on...
> I signed up for both the forum and this list at the same time.
> Expected to forget the forum password, but it worked out the other way
> around. It's not that you're unfriendly here, but it has the feel of
> an old, well-established club, not so comfortable for newcomers. Or
> maybe it's just that the younger folk prefer forums... except I'm not
> the only old fart who's been hanging out in the forum. Dunno.
> There is nothing perhaps so generally consoling to a man as a
> well-established grievance; a feeling of having been injured,
> on which his mind can brood from hour to hour, allowing him
> to plead his own cause in his own court, within his own heart,
> and always to plead it successfully. -- Anthony Trollope
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