Re: [CR]CR site vs. Wool Jersey

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Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2005 22:20:09 +0100 (MET)
From: "kim klakow" <>
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Subject: Re: [CR]CR site vs. Wool Jersey

I deem I've been misunderstood. I do not believe that a plethora of single focus sites can replace ONE well ordered site with all the information on it. I have the CR as my opening site, because sooner or later I end up on it anyhow. It's great and it's a bummer you're a bit burned out.I'd be glad to help with the site. Your closing sentence ("I appreciate the interest though and await the next bright star on the horizon of vintage bike lore") sounds a bit redundant to me since all this group is interested is the faded stars. It's those faded stars that I wish represented. Let me know what I can do.

ride on, kim

> I am sure those who are longtime readers of this list and who are familiar
> with the CR web site history intuitively realize that my interest in
> spending
> the long hours to update and expand the site has run out. I already have
> spent a
> ridiculously excessive amount of time on it, the e-mail list and the
> Cirque...... any rational person would have given up it up a long time
> ago. I have
> HUGE backlog of material to be added but simply not the time nor
> inclination to
> do it beyond the snail's pace that I currently proceed with.
> As Peter Naimann suggests, any of you are more than welcome to develop
> your
> own sites and I will link to them. Though it may seem so, it ain't so
> easy. I
> point out the demise of other very nice sites such as Peter Grenader's
> Allegro
> site, the PX10 site, etc. These were of extremely modest size and scope
> relative to the CR site yet they seem to have succumbed to "owner burn
> out." Huge
> kudos to Morgan and the Wool jersey, that has been a very enjoyable
> experience
> for all of us, but I hasten to mention that it is a different concept and
> requires significantly less authorship.
> So... maybe at some time I will hand over the CR site to some other
> masochist? Or perhaps other sites will spring up and provide that next
> level?
> I appreciate the interest though and await the next bright star on the
> horizon of vintage bike lore...
> Dale Brown
> Greensboro, NC
> _______________________________________________

-- Kim Klakow

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