[Paleopsych] article repostings vs. discussion format
W. Troy Tucker
wtroytucker at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 5 14:01:36 UTC 2005
I need no explanatory paragraph. I find the subject
line sufficient for deciding whether to open or delete
an article. I do read most of the articles and have
for more than six years. I find them continuously
useful for my work and forward them widely to
colleagues. The volume and breadth of the postings
are assets, not burdens. I hope that the posting
policy of this remarkable list will remain unchanged
so that we all may continue to benefit from the
voluntary and substantial effort of our fellow
--- "G. Reinhart-Waller" <waluk at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Answer: I would very much appreciate an explanatory
> paragraph on
> paleopsych so that I could better understand the
> intent of the poster
> who offers a particular article. I'm becoming
> overwhelmed with all the
> stuff that is being sent.
> Gerry Reinhart-Waller
> Michael Christopher wrote:
> >Question: how many paleopsych readers read all the
> >articles posted, and is there any way to get more
> >discussion and limit article repostings to links
> >an explanatory paragraph? It's a lot easier to read
> >article on a website than in email form which is
> >more difficult on the eyes.
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