Downloading of dances (was book 46 and graded 2)

Jerome Reinstein

Message 59178 · 12 Aug 2010 14:02:55 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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On 12/08/2010 11:54, "Jim Healy" <xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx> wrote:

>Why don't we make them available as downloads? We're not there yet. The most significant problem with the >Strathspey list members is that they are, almost by definition, among the more advanced of the Society's users of >technology. Not all our members, and perhaps surprisingly a significant number of group teachers, are not >technologically sophisticated. That does not mean that we have to proceed at the pace of the slowest but neither >do we have to ignore the other end of the bell curve. It's coming. We know that. BUT, the majority of the Society is >not yet ready for it and wishing it so will not make it so.>

Jim and I agree on many things, including all he wrote in his previous posting, except the paragraph I have copied above. As I was continuing this, Anselm's posting arrived, and as usual he expressed the thought I had much more precisely than I could.

My question is, why don't we got an answer from the MB to this idea?

Jerry
London & Paris

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