From: Cari Machet (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Aug 27 2006 - 09:39:56 PDT
On 8/27/06, Fred Camper <email suppressed> wrote:
> First, an observation about this list that applies to Internet
> discussion groups in general. I've mostly stopped reading FrameWorks
> because it has become just too time consuming. People are not editing
> themselves. Ask, are you really making an interesting and original
> point? And even if you are, if you're making ten posts in on a single
> topic in a single day, maybe you should reconsider how you're spending
> your time. So many posts discourage most of us from contributing. A few
> people making that many posts that quickly just make the list too time
> consuming for many or most to read. Not changing the subject line to
> something informative doesn't help matters, and changing it (as some
> did) without referring to the previous subject makes things tough for
> those entering late.
i should be use 2 ur compaliny yet informative posts by now but...
looking back i was surprised at how much i had posted yesterday
- for information purposes
so there could be less judgement of others going on perhaps -
i sat at my computer yesterday fr: 10am to 3am
that is 17 hours
processing scanned in graphx
for 3 edit projects
which can be tediously boring
posting on fw was just a sort of break fr: the drudgery
and i think i spent my time very well and got a ton of work done so...
"people are not editing themselves" that's just funny fred
other than that as always thanks for the information
it is much appreciated
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