From: Adam Todd <at§>
Date: Sat, 28 Feb 1998 01:58:29 +1100
>Quoting "James Austin":
>| How does one become a member of ADNA?
>One, as a non-profit Internet-related organisation, pays membership
>fees to ADNA.

Kim, not having a Jab at you, but "Non Profit" and "Internet Related" just
don't go together in the same sentence.

One has to at least make MONEY to be involed in Internet in Australia and
unless one's "Non Profit" organisation has a funder who just "provides" the
internet access for "FREE" then how does one's "non-profit" "Internet
Related" organisaion have a presence on the Internet?  

FREE would telnd to indicate some kind of "reliance" or perhaps
"attachment" to a PROFIT organisation.

That then makes the NON PROFIT group now really NON PROFIT.

This is rhetorical.  But private email answers will be appreciated.
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