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LINGUIST List 22.1627

Mon Apr 11 2011

Won't: You Answer Geoff's Challenge?

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        1.     linguist , Total Raised So Far Is Only $186

Message 1: Total Raised So Far Is Only $186
Date: 11-Apr-2011
From: linguist <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: Total Raised So Far Is Only $186
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Dear Subscribers,

This morning Geoff Nathan challenged all linguists who serve
in administrative or IT support roles to top the amount raised
by Sociolinguistics in the subfield challenge. Geoff generously
offered to donate $400 if IT/Admin donors could equal or surpass
the Sociolinguists' $2660.

We often hear from linguists who have become administrators,
IT professionals, or linguists in industry, and who no longer
have the time to keep up with all the linguistic activity in
academia worldwide. They tell us that Linguist List is a boon
to them, since they can find all the info they need about
conferences, books, jobs, dissertations, and journals right on
one site. They can browse LL to keep up with the field; and
that saves them a lot of time.

If you are one of these professionals, won't you answer Geoff's
challenge?

So far only 4 people have contributed to the IT/Admin challenge.
And the total raised so far is only $186.

Linguists in administration and IT: you can do better! If
LINGUIST List saves you time and helps you do your job, won't
you please do your part to keep it free.

Give up a donut at coffee break and donate what you saved at:

https://linguistlist.org/donation/donate/donate1.cfm

Our heartfelt thanks to the 874 donors who have already contributed.

-Helen



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