In article <m0tk5Im-0003WRC at uctmail.uct.ac.za>,
Ed Rybicki <ed at molbiol.uct.ac.za> wrote:
>>Perhaps regular once-weekly / monthly theme chats (like: using the
>Web for virus education; animation on the Web; Ask Your Virologist
>featuring some expert)? Also maybe host some cyberConferences on
>specific topics (like: regualtion of replication of bromoviruses;
I like this idea. My experience has been that anything that relies on
informal get-togethers tends to disappear after about two get-togethers.
If there's some kind of pre-arranged topic - or a seminar, or a panel of
experts - then people are more likely to drop by.
>> 1 - have some software installed on the web server that acts like a
>> discussion group (like bionet-virology) and have a set time each week that
>> virologists come to the site and post messages and respond to postings.
>>Best solution, usable by the greatest number.
Ian York (iayork at panix.com)
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, 44 Binney St., Boston MA 02115
Phone (617)-632-3921 Fax (617)-632-2627