I agree, but one thing that is very important is to have groups similar to those on Facebook. I can see that there is strong need for bulb growers to communicate with each other worldwide. Yesterday I created a new group for South American Bulb growers. Within 12 hours 70 people have been added. I am overwhelmed and positively surprised. The problem with this list is that it's is that it's way to slow - you need a reply more or less. On Facebook you can follow a discussion among a certain species and become wiser. I've met so many new like-minded people . They're eager to share their experiences and help each other. Anders B. Petersen Copenhagen, Denmark Den 13:48 fredag den 18. oktober 2013 skrev Kelly Irvin <firstname.lastname@example.org>: Facebook could never fulfil the needs of PBS members like an official website. That should not be the point at all, and we need to get off that track completely. It serves a different purpose that can contribute to member communication and outreach. That's what it can dod and do better than anything else out there. Mr. Kelly M. Irvin 10850 Hodge Ln Gravette, AR 72736 USA 479-787-9958 USDA Cold Hardiness Zone 6a/b On 10/17/13 9:04 PM, Rodger Whitlock wrote: > On 17 Oct 2013, at 17:38, Jane McGary wrote: > >> I'd rather see our material kept on the PBS website rather than on >> Facebook... > That makes two of us. > >> I am one of those who have some psychological resistance to Facebook.