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Re: How to store all this list-serv info?

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Mark Alexander (Alexander)mamjam)
Sun, 10 Nov 1996 00:58:31 -0500

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I use the archives sometimes, but I find the switch from Eudora to Netscape
to be a bother. I just save a few of the important ones, like lesson
plans, in my mailbox files. I can look up stuff while I'm in the middle of
writing email without leaving the email program. My email program also
automatically saves all my outgoing email, so later on I can look up my own
stuff, too.

I agree about keeping the subject lines as clear as possible. Volume of
mail has gotten so high for me, I'm forced to just trash stuff with
subjects I'm not interested in, before even opening them! That usually
includes subjects listed as 'ArtsEdNet Digest #435' or whatever.

Just FYI, did you know you can also access all this stuff from your www
browser? Uh oh, all you paranoid folks out there, big brother is keeping
track! Anyone who has contributed to this ArtsEdNet listserve can be
looked up on the Alta Vista search engine. Try looking yourself up! The
Alta Vista URL is:

Mark Alexander
1-8 Art on the Cart
Lee H. Kellogg School
Falls Village, CT 06031

>I suppose most of you are aware that Getty stores all of our messages in
>their archives for us to retrieve whenever we want? If you access Getty
>ArtsEdNet thru the Internet and go to Connections, then Talk, then
>Archive,or any faster method you know a bookmark! can
>access messages by date, subject, author, etc. The important part is for
>us to tag our "subject" clearly when we are writing so the info we are
>sharing will be stored and available easily.
>Do any of you use this method of "storage"? Do you find it easy to use
>and access?
>Joanne Van Bezooyen, U. of Arizona Art Education.
>Tucson, Arizona

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