Re: HPN USER SURVEY (was Do You Sense HOMELESS WEB PAGES are

Theodore Latham (tedrico@hotmail.com)
Tue, 26 May 1998 20:46:01 PDT


Tom,

    Here are my answers to your questions:

>1) On HPN, what kind of posts do folks personally find most useful?

Post which involve the answering of "seeking resources" questions!

>2) What do you want to see more of on HPN?

Like Liberty said, "Life Stories of how members became homeless, 
survived homelessness, and conquered homelessness (even if only for a 
brief moment)!

>3) What might you want to see less of here?
N/A! To see less of anything would mean the deminishing of the number of 
postings which would mean regression in list growth!

>4) What part of our content is best to highlight on our Web Pages?
The variety of support for the list from its members ... the backbone of 
the list!

>5) Which HPN content do you post on your site or send to others, and 
why?
Homeless news, Canadian views, and Member opinions ... because it' 
constitutes the reality of the streets from an American, non-American, 
and multi racial and gender perspective! HPN is Reality!

>6) Have you ever taken action on policy, assisted by HPN's content or 
members?
Everyday, utilizing my Web Page as the tool of action!

Hope this has been of some help Tom :)

Regards,

Tedrico Latham

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Tom Boland <wgcp@earthlink.net> ask:
>
>One question I'd like to ask is how we can all make our sites more 
useful.
>For instance, I ask you all:
>
>1) On HPN, what kind of posts do folks personally find most useful?
>2) What do you want to see more of on HPN?
>3) What might you want to see less of here?
>4) What part of our content is best to highlight on our Web Pages?
>5) Which HPN content do you post on your site or send to others, and 
why?
>6) Have you ever taken action on policy, assisted by HPN's content or 
members?
>
>If you wish to answer in relation to other sites that address homeless,
>please do that as well.  Seeking peaceful means to homeless people's
>aims.--Tom Boland
>

>HOMELESS PEOPLE'S NETWORK  <http://aspin.asu.edu/hpn/>  Home Page
>ARCHIVES  <http://aspin.asu.edu/hpn/archives.html>  read posts to HPN
>TO JOIN  <http://aspin.asu.edu/hpn/join.html> or email Tom 
<wgcp@earthlink.net>
>
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