[JPL] Value in Posting Play Lists

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Wed Sep 17 12:18:36 EDT 2008


 As an "outsider" member of the JPL (and I'm sure there must be many), I personally benefit from seeing your playlists and opt to delete, when 
I don't have the time.

Laura




 


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i find them  to be both useful and interesting. no reason not to include 
them. if you don't  want to look at the playlists you can always skip those 
posts. 
-david avery



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