Does Manila save money?

Wed, 23 Apr 2003 17:18:22 -0500

Thank you for taking the time to share your story, Dan. I really 
appreciate it and I think your story/experiences will help me get 
something going. At least I'll have more to talk about and someone will 
have to listen. :-) Frequently, large organizations, like universities, 
don't like to do something that no-one else is doing. At least around 


On Wednesday, April 23, 2003, at 02:00  PM, wrote:

> Subject: Re: Does Manila save money?
> From: Dan Mitchell <>
> To:
> Reply-To:
> Anyway, before Manila we had about 30 faculty web sites - after about 5
> years of development and training. Three months after we began offering
> Manila sites and training we had over 150 sites. We now have well over
> 200.
> The costs are incredibly low. In our case they are in the low to mid
> 5-figure range.

> You can visit our support site at
> Contact me at
> if you want more information.
> On Wednesday, April 2, 2003, at 02:57  PM, kthomas wrote:
>> I work at a university.
>> We, on the inside, all know Manila does great things and would be a
>> great benefit to our students. But, I'll never get the administration
>> to drop a couple of grand on a server unless it is really going to
>> save money by reducing work load or printing costs or streamlining
>> some process.
> ---
> Dan Mitchell
> Music Department | De Anza College
> Apple Distinguished Educator class of 2000