Useful links area

Originally Posted By: pdacey
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Just a suggestion:


Is it possible to categorize the links located in the Useful Links Area? The way it is now it's very time consuming to find all of the links about a particular subject. You have to scroll through the entire list to see if you found them all. Or am I missing something?![](upload://ySRTNENezsIzeSx5ajbb7GjpGMw.gif)


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Patrick Dacey
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Originally Posted By: Nick Gromicko
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I refer you to http://www.nachi.org/bbsystem/viewtopic.php?t=1427


NACHI is like a 50 lane bridge that keeps getting bigger all the time. Some lanes are under construction, some are closed for complete overhaul.

Nick


Originally Posted By: pdacey
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Thanks Nick.



Slainte!


Patrick Dacey
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TREC # 6636
www.southwestinspections.com

Originally Posted By: gjohnson
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Nick,


I am beginning to love that 50 lane bridge line that you use. Can I give that one to my students so they can use it in the business world.


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Gary (Snicker's) Johnson - Free NACHOS
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Originally Posted By: Nick Gromicko
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Sure icon_smile.gif Its worse than just a 50 lane bridge though, we’re a 50 lane bridge that used to be a wood covered bridge just a couple years ago. From a benefits-to-our-members or internet-market-share viewpoint, NACHI has actually grown about 1500 times in size. Most organizations would find it difficult to grow 2 or 3 times in size in 2 years.


Nick


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Thanks Nick,


I guess that I have to pay you royalties now. I used it tonight teaching my freshman business students, about growing companies. Also used NACHI and gave them a home work assignment to look at the NACHI website and critigue it business wise. I will post the results next week after class.


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Gary (Snicker's) Johnson - Free NACHOS
The NACHI Foundation
Executive Director

301-591-9895