Re: Official BSA Home Page
Rodger Morris (rodger@FISHNET.NET)
Wed, 21 Jun 1995 19:53:46 GMT
>BSA was considering a Home Page. Scouting makes it to the twentieth
>century! I'll believe it when I see it, but at least it's a good sign.
If they want to do it right, they ought to ask the Alan Houser nicely.
Those of you who have not seen the Troop 24 (Berkeley, CA) homepage
should do so. Judging by what I have seen, it would be done quickly,
well, and it would keep the national office information services
people free to chase bugs in the national accounting software.
Mind you, this is only my considered opinion as a computer specialist
at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, and we all know that federal
civil servants receive prefrontal lobotomies as a prerequisite to
Yours in Scouting,
Rodger Morris <email@example.com>
Assistant Scoutmaster, Troop 852, Camarillo, CA
Ventura County Council, Boy Scouts of America
National Woodbadge 416-18, Philmont, 1973
"I used to be a Beaver..."
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