Re: how many people can see this message?
Chuck Martin <cm -at- writeforyou -dot- com> wrote:
For those who don't know, posts to TECHWR-L are also posted to Usenet in the group bit.listserv.techwr-l.
The gateway to the Usenet group hasn't been working since May 27.
That's an inconvenience for me, but it may be for the best: spammers
love to harvest email addresses from Usenet.
It's fixed. Unfortunately, they also harvest from Google and
Web sites. Sigh.
A better method, I think, is to use the news server at raycomm: lists.raycomm.com.
Agreed, even though it's a little slower than using a local Usenet server.
Thank you, Eric, for providing a rich variety of ways to read techwr-l!
You're quite welcome!
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