PBS on Facebook

Dennis Kramb dkramb@badbear.com
Sun, 31 Jul 2011 07:14:57 PDT
I wholeheartedly agree.  Anyone who finds PBS via Facebook is probably not
much of a bulb connoisseur in the first place.

I found PBS via the wiki from searching for "weird" irids listed in the
SIGNA seed exchange.  It was a no-brainer to join up with PBS too once I
realized how awesome it was.  :-)

I'm guessing a lot of you did the same?

On Sun, Jul 31, 2011 at 10:07 AM, Alberto Castillo <
ezeizabotgard@hotmail.com> wrote:

> To compare Facebook (a frantic commercial venture that tramples on members
> and non members privacy and even admitting that they can make those members'
> comsumption profiles available for sale to third parties, among other
> niceties) with PBS (a free access public educational tool) does not seem
> fair,
> Regarding the supposed boost to PBS, let me remember that every time
> someone hits the name of a bulbous plant in the web the machine will
> invariably produce a PBS result. Therefore, a lot of people already knows
> PBS and uses it.
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