Re: Welcome and how to leave

Subject: Re: Welcome and how to leave
From: Karen Kay <karenk -at- NETCOM -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 1993 10:00:57 PDT

Peter Montgomery said:
> I agree that the problem is not generated by the computer environment, but
> I also believe that the habits of selective attention which you so
> rightly underline, are exacerbated by creating unnecessary dependency.

Maybe, maybe not. I am on several lists from which I *cannot* unsub,
nor can I find out who the listowner is. (I am not subbed from this
address, but from my university one.) Since I originally subbed to these
lists, the university's mailer has been reconfigured, and so mail I send
now doesn't have the same address it used to. This is not my fault, nor
is there anything I can do about it. In these days of constant machine
updates, I suspect that this happens a lot.

Laziness is *not* the only reason that people send notices to the list!

Karen Kay
karenk -at- netcom -dot- com

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