Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Big brother is watching

Big brother is watching or TSSC Message board deleted thread. It makes you think when a webmaster jumps in so quickly and deletes an entire thread. What are they trying to hide?

Message: 5
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2006 08:14:57 +0100
From: "Tim Scrivens"
Subject: Web and printed advertising



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Tim Scrivens - http://www.tssc.org.uk/profile.asp?profile=92/38984A

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Mark, again, a possible solution but not a viable one.

The Courier is created in an odd manner, it is created 'in-house' by an externally controlled and owned company, and cutting the number of issues of The Courier would only mean that the TSSC would have to find other things to fill the Courier production time with - so, as you can see, there will be a saving on print and mailing costs but still a couple of people to pay all year. I believe that there has been an agreement to produce the Courier in it's current form upto the next 5 years, so it's a no go, again as the money's already been spent.

Tim

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Message: 10
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2006 09:33:06 +0100
From: "Jason Chinn"
Subject: Web and printed advertising



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Jason Chinn - http://www.tssc.org.uk/profile.asp?profile=84/09631

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"created in an odd manner" I think that describes the working of the whole club very well. "created 'in-house' by an externally controlled and owned company" isn't that a contradiction? The whole point of outsourcing something is to diverst yourself of the fixed costs associated with producing that something :-)
It would be really interesting to see the real accounts of the club, the ones published to keep the members happy don't really make a lot of sense and are generalised beyond being useful. I'm not an accountant nor do I run a business but just looking at things like cleaning costs I have to wonder, why is it so expensive?

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