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Subject:Re: Highly Deletable Subjects From:Corinne Kantor <corinne -at- KQ -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 8 Dec 1998 11:35:11 -0800
I agree with Doug! The topics that Jim said he isn't interested in are of
MUCH interest to me, although the "degree issue" went a bit too long. The
topics that Jim wants to read about don't appear to be related to tech
writing as much.
>JIMCHEVAL -at- AOL -dot- COM,Internet writes:
>>I don't know if it actually matters to most people who post if anyone
>>reads their posts, but given the volume of posts on this list and the
>>of subjects which reoccur like El Nino, I'm sure I'm not the only one who
>>deletes a large number unread. Perhaps it would be useful for some of us
>>let people know which subjects die an unread death in our own particular
>>In my case, pride of place to deletees goes to posts with the following
>>- Certification, degrees, etc.
>>- Grammatical queries
>>- Jobs in unrelated (to me) cities
>>- Converting X to Y [unless it's, miraculously, a combination previously
>>- Framemaker vs. Word
>>- breaking into technical writing
>One man's (woman's) ceiling is another man's floor. Since I'm a primarily
>a programmer, I
>find posts about programming less interesting than grammatical queries.
>And, I find posts of this sort offensive.
>doug_nickerson -at- onsetcomp -dot- com
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