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Re: newsgroup? please no

I'll ring in here.

I also prefer to download the Q-list as email rather than spend time
online, "surfing" through messages.  This is as true in regard to my
subscription at work as it is to my home account (see Juno plug at the
end of the message).  At my place of employment, we are allowed web
access, but it is loosely monitored for heavy use.

Bruce rang in earlier about paying for the Qlist in some way.  This has
come up previously and though it wouldn't be my first choice, I'd still
go along with paying for the list.  I believe the consensus (including
Dan) is that paying would be a last resort as keeping this a free forum,
ensures a freer exchange of ideas, etc.

Ed Kellock ................... Greenville, SC  USA
91 200qw ........................ 87 Coupe GT

On Sun, 05 Apr 1998 15:22:23 -0400 Huw Powell <human@nh.ultranet.com>
>> >  But
>> > unlike my family and friends, the quattro list loves me enough to 
>send a
>> > couple hundred a day my way.  I love it.  Keep it like this, i 
>need the
>> > attention,....
>> >
>> > lonely college students like me unite! Keep the flow of email!  
>> Somebody had the guts to say it.  Thank you.
>> I also look forward to going through all this mail.
>I agree.  The Q mail gives me a non-neurotic reason to download my 
>and sometimes there's actually something for me in there (like an 
>from my web site...)  Otherwise I feel like an idiot checking for "no
>mail" 3 times a day!
>Huw Powell

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