Re: insomnia, word styles and an overwhelming number of replies

Subject: Re: insomnia, word styles and an overwhelming number of replies
From: "Lois Patterson" <lois -at- dowco -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2002 04:27:07 -0800

Another possibility is to subscribe to the TECHWR-L list, set it to NOMAIL,
read the messages on USENET (newsgroup is bit.listserv.techwr-l), and then
reply to posts from there (you will have to change the To: address).
Newsgroups are often easier to read than email lists, I find, and they don't
clog your mailbox should you ignore them for a week. In order to post to the
list, you have to be subscribed.


Lois Patterson

----- Original Message -----

> Robert Nagle asks:
> |It seems absolutely amazing though how many people actively read and
> |reply here. [snip]
> |How do you guys manage it? I'm a voracious reader and writer,
> |but even I find the size and breadth of this list overwhelming for one
> |sitting.
>
Jane Carnall says:
> When I was on digest, I used to skim-read the whole digest and pause to
> focus only on the bits that looked interesting useful. Now I get
individual
> messages. [snip]


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References:
insomnia, word styles and an overwhelming number of replies: From: Robert Nagle
RE: insomnia, word styles and an overwhelming number of replies: From: Jane Carnall

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