[Paleopsych] list format

Lynn D. Johnson, Ph.D. ljohnson at solution-consulting.com
Sun Apr 24 01:21:14 UTC 2005

I get individual emails, scroll through the first paragraph and either 
keep or discard. About links, I actually find the whole article a good 
resource because I don't have to open another window and read something 
there. It is faster for me to just discard the ones that don't grab me.

I don't quite understand Howard's notion about omnology because I am 
overwhelmed just keeping up with anxiety, depression, positive 
psychology . . . argh! But Frank's fire hose of info is a positive 
challenge,a nd I end up reading stuff I would never have guessed was around.

Michael Christopher wrote:

>Lynn says:
>>>For me, ten is great, and I have already said I 
>value them. I do discard most, but find real gems
>among them.<<
>--Do you get the digest form or individual emails? In
>digest form, it's difficult to scroll to find articles
>I want to read, but individual mails are also a
>problem because they flood my box. It would be *much*
>easier if online articles were just a link and an
>explanatory paragraph or excerpt, because I could
>scroll through more articles and miss less info.
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