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April 28, 2008

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Nathan Schock

Joel,
As long as it's a work in progress, I'd like to make one suggestion. Use RSS feeds for the categories. I've subscribed to your everything feed, but my real interest is marketing & PR, so I'd like to subscribe to that feed separately. Any chance that could happen? Thanks and keep up the great content!

Mitch

The power of the internet is incredible. A wealth of information is available to explore any topic imaginable. If you want to go further into depth on a particular topic or find a related topic, search engines or links provide that opportunity. This is particularly relevant today as people are starting to think of ways to improve their lives and the world around them.

The best thing about the internet is that it's constantly changing and adapting, allowing users to see and create the most up-to-date information. Additionally, nobody has to accept the information as is and can easily find a site that supports their views or create one that will. That's what it will take to solve the environmental and social problems today; a variety of ideas/solutions as no one solution will be the answer. I'm glad that sites such as GreenBiz.com and GreenYour.com are available to help in the cause. If they're not perfect, they can be changed. If they're not the answer for you, look elsewhere.

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