I was never a fan of Facebook's privacy policies, but recently I ended a
self-imposed boycott and returned. The risk of being "invisible" to the
wider world is just too great. It is an important networking tool, and
users without independent resources need to recognize that it does add
value. I'd make an even stronger case for a LinkedIn presence, because a
more professional environment offers exposure to greater resources.


Steve Greene
Audiovisual Archivist
Nixon Presidential Library and Museum
National Archives and Records Administration
(301) 837-1772

On Tue, Sep 18, 2018 at 6:05 PM Steve Ramm <
[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I'm back from a week away and heard about this discussion. So I looked at
> my dedicated email address and see way to many posts to read. The purpose
> of the additional ARSC FB page (versus the current one managed by Jennifer
> Leigh Vaughn is to answer questions ABOUT ARSC that folks may have
> including the Conference. It would be of interest to MEMBERS. It would not
> replicate ARSC list which - honestly - is not about ARSC and not everyone
> here is a "member" as Dennis alludes to below. You know who you are.... Why
> not JOIN and support ARSC?
> Steve RammARSC Treasurer
> In a message dated 9/12/2018 10:52:27 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> [log in to unmask] writes:
> The member discussion listserv is the only means of communicating
> will fellow members that I will continue to use.