Rare Bird Alert Website

To: birding aus <>
Subject: Rare Bird Alert Website
From: Gary Wright <>
Date: Thu, 5 Nov 2009 20:46:00 +1030
I'm with Tony, use Birding-aus and dodge the mobile phone and keep your
brain intact without the electromagnetic radiation and save a lot of money.


2009/11/5 Tony Russell <>

> What's Twitter and Facebook and Web 2.0 apps ??  I still don't use a
> mobile phone - too much to have to carry around (and expensive? ). Just
> watch birding-aus for all the info required.
> Tony.
> .
> -----Original Message-----
> From: 
>  On Behalf Of John Leonard
> Sent: Thursday, November 05, 2009 8:47 AM
> To: Birding-aus
> Subject: Re: [Birding-Aus] Rare Bird Alert Website
> I think keep it simple, remember that a lot of old fogeys like myself
> haven't caught up with Web 2.0 apps like Twitter and Facebook.
> A susbscription web-page with a feed. New reports are posted at the top
> with all the details and contacts.
> What could be simpler?
> John Leonard
> 2009/11/4 Rosemary Royle <>:
> > Thanks Luke for such an excellent and thoughtful post - it certainly
> > helped me understand how tools like Twitter could be sensibly
> > exploited.
> >
> > Rosemary.

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