Re: National's Web Site
Chaplain Morrison (aettch@EMAIL.GRAFENWOEHR.ARMY.MIL)
Tue, 9 Jul 1996 22:59:07 -0400
>Ron Fox brought up some worthwhile points:
I have done some web publishing myself and the main purpose of putting
information on the web is to communicate. The National Web Page may desire
to be an example (set the example!) but it should also communicate
effectively. Setting the example only works when you set the right example.
The old saying, "Practice makes perfect" is incorrect. Only "Perfect
practice makes perfect (execution)."
It is also true that a web site which is allowed to become stale or out of
date becomes "irrelevant" to web surfers. A web page needs to continue to
improve, become more interesting, share more information with those who are
looking to be informed.
If National is going to be on the web, I challenge them to really "set the
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