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Thanks for handling all this, Lisa. As list owner of several other
TW-oriented lists, I know it isn't easy. Do consider enlisting aid
from others in moderating the list if it becomes overwhelming (all up
to you, of course). Believe me, it makes a huge difference when you
have 4-5 different people in different geographies watching the list
24/7 (collectively). Feel free to ping me offline if you'd like
details on any of this.
Oh, and thanks in advance if by posting this I generate a "moderated"
e-mail that you will then use to reset my potentially moderated
I'll try to bite my tongue more before spouting out how I really feel
about issues in our field. For some reason I hit periods when my posts
run wild, so I'll work to keep them tame. :-)
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