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Good news!! Thanks to Beverly Parks, we now have a REAL listserv type
mailing list for those wanting to make connections for roommates,
traveling companions, like interests, and so on for the STC Conference
in Anaheim. This is a temporary list which will be deactivated about a
week after the conference concludes. Details follow:
To subscribe, send a message to
listserv -at- cloudbow -dot- com
In the message body type
subscribe stc-conf your -at- email -dot- address
*** Make sure you send your subscription message to
LISTSERV -at- CLOUDBOW -dot- COM -- this is a different address from the one you'll
use to post messages.
To post, send a message to
stc-conf -at- cloudbow -dot- com
Message subjects are automatically preceded with "[stc conf]".
There are more than 50 members of this list who have already indicated
interest in making connections at the STC Conference. Rather than
cluttering up the Techwr-l list with these requests, please use this
handy listserv. After limping along with huge message headers for the
last month or so, we can now do it right. Thanks again, Bev!
Senior Technical Writer, InSystems Technologies Inc.
65 Allstate Parkway, Suite 100 Tel: (905) 513-1400 ext. 280
Markham, Ontario, Canada L3R 9X1 Fax: (905) 513-1419 mailto:bagnew -at- insystems -dot- com Visit us at: http://www.insystems.com
p.s. My apologies to list members who may have been offended by a phrase
in one of my most recent posts. I did not intended a snotty tone -- hit
the "send" button before the brain kicked in. Sorry! Thank goodness I
don't have too many of those days!