Nick Boldrni wrote
>I get your point, I just wonder how valid it is. We are engaging with local
people, and try and generate awareness of their heritage in >various ways.
BD isnt the only way to do that.
No but its a start
>At some point there is a trade off point between trying to reach interested
people and trying to spread the word widely, if you spend >too much time
chasing individuals you may miss out on easier hits of talking to a non-arch
group (for example) and getting more >results that way. The problem is that
it works the other way too - talking to lots of people doesnt guarantee more
interest, and you >might be better off keeping in contact with that one
person who is interested. The problem is time and resources - you can't
always do both, so choices have to be made. ANd generally speaking I think
the choice is to cast the net wider ( I am prepared to be contradicted on
I am not talking loners, I am talking about people who would otherwise do
nothing and I am talking doing not being talked to