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A New Policy from WebRing.com - 03/02/2006
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Having webrings used to be fun.
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Yeah.

How true. And how very, very profound for me.

Thank you for that.



James S. Huggins


to contact me:
http://www.JamesSHuggins.com/webring-email



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Replied - 03/03/2006
My thoughts...

I can not imagine that WebRing really wants to alienate the people that manage their rings...but I know it sure seems that way at times! Part of me keeps hoping that someday I would see a post that reads something like...

"Dear WebRing Managers,

The management and staff of WebRing want express our sincere appreciation to every one of our active Ring Managers. By volunteering your time, talent, and creativity through the creation and management of your rings ...there would be no WebRing.

We also wish to thank you for the many ideas, comments, and suggestions on how to make WebRing a better experience for our visitors and members. We want to assure you that we are listening to your concerns, and are doing all that is possible to respond to the needs of our members and managers. Together, we can help drive WebRing to be THE portal of choice for the WEB.

Sincerely,

The Management and Staff of WebRing"

OK, OK...I can dream, cant I?

njjimf

"As we look ahead into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others." - Bill Gates

P.S. You are right - it Used to be fun!




Replied - 03/04/2006
Excellent memo. Thank you for the outstanding expression that we all share on THIS SIDE:)



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