Research Question

Subject: Research Question
From: John Gear <catalyst -at- PACIFIER -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 26 Apr 1995 11:14:00 PDT

Research Question: As a research expert, perhaps you could find some way to
keep people from posting advertisements--uh, "promotional" material--to
noncommercial lists. Please research this and post the answer here. Thanks
very much!

>From: Robert I Berkman <berkman -at- SELWAY -dot- UMT -dot- EDU>
>Subject: Research Strategies

>Warning: The below is promotional rather than informational. However--I'd
>be happy to respond to anyone who has a research question they'd like to
>ask me!

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