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Old threads that should be in different subforums: report them here

Dan

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The thread title says it all. If you see any old threads that would be a better fit in a different subforum -- especially old threads from the Friday Afternoon Club -- post the URLs here, followed by what subforum you think they should go in. You don't need to explain why. The more threads in a post, the better. (A few of the Planning and Placemaking subforums sill be merged in the coming year, but that shouldn't matter.) Thank you!
 
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Project Management Software similar to PMP is currently in Workplace and Careers. Consider moving it to Planning Technology.

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A few years ago I went to some of the oldest posts in the FAC and noticed that some were especially interesting and still relevant. Listing a few of the oldest and still relevant over here:

Currently in the Friday Afternoon Club:

Mondragon-like (Vert Hues) Coopereative Society (Should probably go to)-->Community and Economic Development sub-forum

Elder care--> Community and Economic Development sub-forum

Paying for school-->Student Union sub-forum

The view from your office-->Workplace and Careers sub-forum

German Architectural Education and 'good day'-->Student Union

How much do you get paid?-->Workplace and Careers

Orlando-->Cities and Places sub-forum (Consider merging this topic with others on Orlando.)

Company Car-->Workplace and Careers

Friday afternoon GIS rant-->Planning Technology (Since thread is 20yrs old, consider adding 'history' tag.)

Loads more- to be continued on another day...

 
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