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Re: Future for KOREAN-WAR-L
> >>Stay where you are. Most of us as I do have a virus protection and are
> not really worried about it. I do more damage to my computer by being
> stupid and computer illiterate than any virus has done to me. We all take
> our chances when we download anything. Most of the traffic we have is not
> a download item so there is not much risk. If there were a big risk I
> would be covered up with virus's<<
I want to keep the list at KU listproc but that is not up to me since I am
not the owner (who has to be a KU professor or retired professor.) Lynn
has busted his hump for us with this list and the other lists he "owns"
and, in the process, has built large archives from these lists at the KU
history department for future historians/history students to peruse, all on
his own time. (Lynn also is the list archivist.) Of these various lists,
KOREAN-WAR-L is unique since it contains quite a bit of personal anecdotes
and other Korean War information from first hand sources. Thus, I am sure
that if he decides to leave KU listproc he will do everything he can to
find the list a new home.
I'll keep everyone up to date.
Ed Evanhoe, PO Box 916, Antlers, OK, 74523-0916
Life Member: Special Forces & Special Operations Associations
Author: DARKMOON: Eighth Army Special Operations in the Korean War
Web site: http://www.korean-war.com