[thelist] Hello World, Hello Stars, H

Bill Haenel bhaenel at gmail.com
Sat Apr 16 10:46:39 CDT 2016

The thing is, when we did it together via email lists, it felt like one big team effort. Ironically, with all the social development tools out there, it feels much less so now. Now, when I need an answer I find it and move on. Then, I asked fiends via lists and we often consulted and helped each other in near real time. 

Not saying one is better than the other. Just different. Things sure do move more quickly now, with all the multitudes of answers we have available at our fingertips within the time it takes to type "310 error safari chrome htaccess" or "php memory mysql crash". 


> On Apr 16, 2016, at 10:56 AM, Chris Dorer <cdorer at gmail.com> wrote:
> Funny how WordPress has simplified Web Development. That, Google, the
> copious amounts of Javascript and css frameworks, and stackoverflow has
> made email lists sort of archaic.
> I definitely missed watching the questions and answers fly by my inbox and
> watching the social aspect of this community make my day.

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