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Message no. 1
From: "Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@*******.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU>
Subject: ADMIN: New Assistant Needed
Date: Sat, 21 Jan 1995 20:27:07 -0600
Unless I have my information screwed up, Jason Carter, the happy-go-grumpy
enforcer of the ShadowTalk list has become sadly netless. Jason, as you
might remember, was the keeper of both the ShadowTalk FAQ and helped to
keep ShadowTalk storylines in some semblence of coherent order.

We, of course, now need a new minion to take over where Jason left off.
Actually, we could use two minions, but we'll see what happens.

The duty of this minion will be:
1) Edit and maintain the ShadowTalk FAQ
2) Mail the FAQ to new ShadowTalk subscribers
3) Notify people who violate ShadowTalk formatting guidelines,
and nuke them if they don't adhere to them.
4) Monitor ShadowTalk and Plot-D to keep an eye out for
munchkinious stories that are developing and help to keep things
from getting to rediculous.

From this moment, until January 27th, I will be taking "applications" for
the opening(s). If you think you would like to do this and aren't going
to stop after two months (Jason became netless, so I won't blame him),
feel free to apply.

Weight will be give to people who have been on ShadowTalk for a while and
know how things work, as well as to people that are both friendly and
computer savvy.

____ Robert A. Hayden <=> hayden@*******
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