[p2p-research] Post-Depression first: Americans get more money from government than they give back | csmonitor.com
michelsub2004 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 28 03:05:26 CET 2009
I function in the same way as Kevin, it has to come to me, and I have the
opposite experience of Marco regarding email lists. I have yet to discover
what makes the other email lists I was on, like Oekonux and
openmanufacturing, different from ours,
IDC is moderated for content, but not for format, again, I can see no
Kevin, Ryan: is there a way to automatically cut-off replies at a certain
length, that would save from the tedious manual deletion process that Marco
seems to advocate?
On Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 1:27 AM, Kevin Carson <
free.market.anticapitalist at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/27/09, Eugen Leitl <eugen at leitl.org> wrote:
> > It is useless to argue technical reasons with people who made an
> > irrational decision that Email Is Dead (or Old-Fashioned).
> If email is really dead, I guess I'll soon be as out of touch with the
> rest of the world as the old folks currently waiting for snailmail
> letters from the grandkids.
> I don't do Facebook, because it's an enormous time-eater, and if I'm
> going to do something that consumes the time of a job I'd rather it be
> something I enjoyed rather than an emotional drain and timesink that
> doesn't leave me with the time or energy to do something that matters
> to me.
> I don't do message boards. Anything that requires me to regularly
> visit some URL and keep track of a login (including blogs and
> aggregators that require registration to comment), I'll probably stop
> bothering with in a very short time.
> For all the good Twitter does under special circumstances, in most
> cases I think it's a silly waste of time--about like a syndicated
> version of IM or texting.
> I like email discussion lists because they bring the new stuff from
> all my groups into one location.
> What I read on a regular basis is what comes into my email in-box and
> what's syndicated on my feed aggregator.
> Kevin Carson
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