[Paleopsych] email issues

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Sun Apr 24 20:06:47 UTC 2005

It seems you are quite outvoted--I've gotten quite a number of private 
messages, too, in praise of the things I dig up--so I'm going to continue 
to post a maximum of ten articles a day. Have you tried my suggestion to 
use crtl-shift-F in Outlook Express, or its equivalent in other e-mail 
programs, to go to the next article in a digest. I'm sure each new article 
starts with a characteristic string of characters, though I don't know 
what it is with this particular list. That way, you can read a paragraph 
of a piece and then decide whether to move on to the next one. Only a 
minority of the things I find are available indefinitely on the Net.


On 2005-04-24, Michael Christopher opined [message unchanged below]:

> Date: Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:05:25 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Michael Christopher <anonymous_animus at yahoo.com>
> Reply-To: The new improved paleopsych list <paleopsych at paleopsych.org>
> To: paleopsych at paleopsych.org
> Subject: [Paleopsych] email issues
>>> I don't understand how it would be easier for you
> to just an opening paragraph and a link instead of the
> entire article.<<
> --Because the digest emails can reach over 100K, and
> it takes a lot of time to scroll through the entire
> thing looking for specific information. A bit like
> going through the encyclopedia page by page rather
> than having a direct link to the page I want to read.
> But if it's too much trouble, go ahead and post as
> much as you like, it just means I won't be able to
> read most of what you post and I won't be able to keep
> track of discussions. I like email lists where people
> interact and share their own ideas rather than just
> cutting and pasting, since I can do research online
> pretty easily when I want articles on specific topics.
> michael

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