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Oct 25, 2002 5:33 pm Why is this board so dead?
Rob Gordon
Hi Neighbors!

I was just wondering if anyone has any thoughts on why this board is so dead. Is it because "San Diego" is too broad of a topic? Or does it have something to do with Ryze policies on mixers? I wasn't following it too closely, but it seemed that Ryze announced its policy on only allowing "official" events at around the same time an unofficial event was announced here. Did they ever announce an official event? Sometimes people in Northern California consider San Diego to be a backwater town, but even if this is not the case, you can bet that the big cities are going to get priority.

I just noticed that the San Diego community forum on Craigslist seems to be very active now- so maybe it is just that there are enough bulletin boards and listservs now- but I'm wondering if something deeper is going on here. Lately, I have been hearing a few whispers about "the state of San Diego networking". I know that there are people in this Tribe who work very hard at community building, but I'm afraid Ryze is making it visible just how lame we are- especially when compared to our huge neighbors to the North: the metropolitan areas of Los Angeles and San Francisco.

I have no answers guys. I just thought the question should be asked.


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