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Subject:Another point of view From:Kat Nagel/MasterWork <katnagel -at- EZNET -dot- NET> Date:Fri, 25 Oct 1996 17:37:15 -0400
We spend so much time talking about the importance of project
management and proper planning. These guys seem to do OK
without any of that. Anybody seen their product? It's gotten some
good reviews on a couple of other lists.
>Date: Thu, 10 Oct 1996 15:24:32 EST
>From: Bob Mason <bmason -at- UOTTAWA -dot- CA>
>Organization: Public Relations, U of Ottawa
>Subject: Re: Powwow online conferencing
> (quoted message deleted)
>This is from the User's Guide:
> About Tribal Voice
> Tribal Voice is a collection of software
> engineers located as far from civilization as access to T-1
> lines will permit. We are currently holed up in a small
> Rocky Mountain town on the slopes of Pikes Peak at an
> elevation of 8,500 feet (3,088 meters) above sea level. We
> have no plan and write software as it occurs to us: in
> stream-of-consciousness mode. The only guidance we get is
> from a young Navajo medicine man. He tells us when to fast
> and when to go to sweat lodge. That's the extent of it.
THE SEVEN BLUNDERS OF THE WORLD (Gandhi):
wealth without work / pleasure without conscience /
knowledge without character / commerce without morality /
science without humanity / worship without sacrifice /
politics without principle