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Re: Subject headings!

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Mark Alexander (Alexander)mamjam)
Fri, 11 Oct 1996 07:06:55 -0500

Last night I posted some thoughts and one of them was about being careful
about correct subject headings. Then this morning I discovered I forgot my
subject heading entirely!


>I agree with Brian when he suggests we all need to be more careful with our
>subject headings. Especially when we reply from a digest. Please repair
>the subject so it states the subject you are refering to in your post,
>instead of a digest number. Those of us who are not on the digest have no
>way of knowing what interested you until reading the whole post...if we
>even bother.
>Mark Alexander
>1-8 Art
>Lee H. Kellogg School
>Falls Village, CT 06031
>>>NOT InteRgration.
>>> I think you will note the continued "popping up" of this spelling
>>grinder is a result of the original misspelling being used as a subject
>>heading - perhaps even by yourself?
>>Everyone replying to the message, including myself, would unintentionally
>>spread this aberration along------Double check the subject heading before
>>sending a reply- You might be surprised.....I wrote a reply a while back
>>that I thought was a tad thought provoking.....NO RESPONSE......Checking
>>back I found that the person I was replying to had introduced a discussion
>>on the same post as their subscribe message. With the subject heading
>>"subscribe" my message got tossed in everyones browser mailbox!
>> Also remember the people out there with digest subscriptions only read
>>interesting subject postings.
>> So if you have something which is really profound to say....glitz up
>>your subject Subject:HOW TO PAINT ON BLACK VELVET or
>>Subject:ART TEACHERS ARE LAZY These would insure at least a cursory
>>glance from everyone who saw the
>> brian