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Re: E-M:/ enviro news stories



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Enviro-Mich message from "David C. Hammond" <dchammon@umich.edu>
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I for one find them very useful.  Not only as potential story ideas, but
as an informational resource for my producers.  Keep up the good work.

-dh

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On Fri, 14 Aug 1998 Poulsondav@aol.com wrote:

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> Enviro-Mich message from Poulsondav@aol.com
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> 
> Folks,
> 
>    For the past several months I've posted the first few sentences of
> environmental news stories carried by Michigan Live with pointers to the
> complete versions.  Michigan Live is an information service that carries news
> stories from the daily Booth newspapers in Grand Rapids, Flint, Muskegon,
> Kalamazoo, Ann Arbor, Jackson, Bay City, Saginaw. 
>    The postings are not a service of Michigan Live, but are done with its
> knowledge.  They're also a hassle.  I'd like to quit if they are of little
> value.
>     This brief survey could help with that decision and possibly provide
> fodder to make a pitch to Michigan Live for support or expansion. Email it
> directly to me, David Poulson (I work in the Booth Lansing Bureau), at
> poulsondav@aol.com
>    Thanks,
> 
>       Dave Poulson.
> 
> 1. Are the postings useful or irritating?
> 
> 2. Do you ever follow links to full versions of the stories?
> 
> 3. Would you like to see the enviro stories reported out of the Booth Lansing
> and Washington bureaus posted?
> 
> 4. Are the stories too local to be of interest to readers in communities other
> than where they occur?
> 
> 5. Would you visit a web page of Michigan enviro news, or are the digests with
> links sufficient?
> 
> 6. Would you use a searchable archive of enviro news?   
> 
> 7. Comments or examples of how you used the postings:
> 
> 8. Your name and/or organization. This is optional but it is useful to know if
> such a service appeals to a variety of users.
> 
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