I agree...I don't like being anonymous either! I am adding my e mail
address and will see if it appears on my message.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Anonymous" <email@example.com>
To: "Teacher Art Exchange Discussion Group"
Sent: Friday, April 15, 2005 10:15 PM
Subject: Re:[teacherartexchange] dealing with the anonymous
> Oh that was me who was having fun
> Patty K.
> and I don't care to be anonymous
> and I don't much like this anonymous thing.
> There is no privacy and no way to avoid spam on the internet and yes, I
> tired to reply privately to one of the first posts and it came back to me
> as undeliverable. So I guess this community has been narrowed a bit .
> I'm not sure I want to wade though every post .
> So I hope everyone reads the rules and addresses replies to the specific
> The registration process did not ask for a user name so we are all
> and I'm sure that helps with spam
> But I don't like to be anonymous ---- in a community of art
> On Apr 15, 2005, at 10:50 PM, Anonymous wrote:
>> Hi Woody,
>> If you re-read my original e-mail, you will see that I DID sign my
>> pseudonym and real name! The person who wrote the reply to my post
>> regarding the "fun with anonymous" was not I and is still out there being
>> anonymous. :-)
>> Ann-on-y-mouse in Columbus
>> Art teacher, K-5, retired
>> on 4/15/05 10:33 PM, Anonymous at firstname.lastname@example.org
>>> Dear Art teacher, K-5, retired,
>>> Being anonymous is a good idea to maintain privacy
>>> and avoid spamers, but I'd like to address replies
>>> to a name. Just a first name or a pseudonym would do
>>> to make it more friendly.
>>> Woody, Retired in Albuquerque
>>> Anonymous wrote:
>>>> Oh how fun if we are all "anonymous"
>>>> I'm replying to see if I too am "anonymous"
>>>> I see a lesson coming "if I was really anonymous... I
>>> Art teacher, K-5, retired
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