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Subject:time to go From:"Vandelinde, Henry" <henry -dot- vandelinde -at- siemens -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Tue, 5 Mar 2002 15:10:12 -0500
I too am finding the content a pain in the ass lately. This is not a pub
where you can piss and moan about your life, but a professional resource.
I appreciate that Eric and Deb cannot police everything, so we may have to
change the way this list operates.
1. Perhaps we can force a bit more categorization, so we can delete messages
in larger bulk. I was on the copyedit listserv for quite a while and they
used a set of standard tags in the headings. We could use the following
PLATONIC RANT :)
2. Make it a subscription service. That way the Rays may be able to afford
to monitor traffic more closely.
Now's a great time to buy RoboHelp! You'll get SnagIt screen capture
software and a $200 onsite training voucher FREE when you buy RoboHelp
Office or RoboHelp Enterprise. Hurry, this offer expires February 28, 2002. www.ehelp.com/techwr
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