I agree with Bob, and apologize for not doing that with the exchanges on the
alleged Stokely quote. Maybe that thread should have the subject line
"beating a dead horse".
It is extremely useful to be able to depend on subject lines to follow a
thread, and I have generally been able to do that most of the time on this
----Original Message Follows----
From: "Robert V. Lange" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To: Science for the People Discussion List
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Subject: I request for accurate subject lines on emails
Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2007 22:52:03 -0400
Dear Science for the People list users
I don't want to leave the science for the people list.? However I, and I
would suspect many list members, would like to erase many messages as a
waste of time.? Puleeze, please do not just reply and keep using the same
subject lines over and over.? Please take the 10 seconds and put in a
subject line that actually reflects what your message is about.?? Subject
lines like?? " I really know what Stokely said 40 years ago"? Rather than
"Why did Science for the Peopld die" would be more fair and useful to us
I mean this most sincerely.? I learned years ago that when you click
on?reply to use an address, you can always, and always should, re-write the
subject line as a sign of respect to the recipients.
Please do this.
Please, for me, for everyone.? I am serious.? I don't think you all have to
attack me now, with an endless exchange using my subject line above.? Just
start using accurate subject lines without winning an?argument with me.?
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