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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000345.txt from 2003/06

From: "Bill Semple" <wsemple@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] Clip & Snip
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 13:46:07 -0400

Almost every subject here suffers the fate of repetition, primarily because
the listserve list is not static.

I don't usually receive 10 messages in a row on any one subject. But I do
see how extraneous matter affects digesters. It doesn't bother me, however,
the way I have set up my e-mail system.

William T. Semple
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Home: 540-364-4823
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----- Original Message -----
From: "James Hobby" <jhobby@-----.net>
Subject: Re: [kl] Clip & Snip

> What is extraneous -- as in the example of "Keys & their character" -- is
10
> messages, one following the other, each containing all of the ones before.
> So the first message has 1. The second message has it's own message and
the
> one back message. The third message has it's own message and two back
> messages, etc, and every message contains the administrivia at the bottom.
> And it may be more irritating for those of us who get the digest. You
can't
> just delete; you have to step through all of the repetition.
>
> It's also unnecessary because 95 percent of what is being said was said
six
> months ago on the same subject ... and 12 months ago and 18 months ago,
etc.
> The remaining five percent is probably contributed by some poor sucker who
> didn't know what hot spots to avoid.
>
> Jim
>
> >From: "Bill Semple" <wsemple@-----.com>
> >
> >What's extraneous? Some readers may not read every message in a thread.
To
> >gather all of the relevant material, they would have to group the subject
> >matter and read all of the e-mails at once. I for one like to pick up the
> >latest message and see ALL of the previous messages attached thereto.
>
>
>
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