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Re: Theos-World Long Posts

Jan 12, 2003 07:48 AM
by teos9

Hello Doss,

Speaking for myself, the first time I see a message from someone that I do 
not recognize, I will read it in its entirety. If it is a long post but has 
compelling reader value, I will take the time to read that poster's input as 
often as time allows, wheneve I see it. If it appears to me, to be a 
frivolous, poorly written or pointless post, long or short, I tend to delete 
those post on sight. I do check in with such posters now and again, just to 
see if anything has happened, to change my opinion. That said, I must admit, 
that I have found the posts that appear on BN-study, much more to my liking 
and will read them more in depth than some of the other TS lists.

Just my opinion,


n a message dated 1/12/2003 8:36:12 AM Eastern Standard Time, writes:

> From time to time we see long posts on this and other e-maillists. Some 
> subjects do required detailed long posts. However, it would be interesting 
> to find out how many readers take time to read long posts, especially those 
> who may be subscribed to many lists.
> mkr

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