death to gmail users!
von at fugal.net
Fri Mar 23 10:44:29 MDT 2007
* Hill, Greg [Thu, 22 Mar 2007 at 13:01 -0700]
> > Top posting isn't lazy or stupid... it's better. I like to see the
> > recent stuff up front. I bottom post because that's what most other
> > people want, but top posting is still better. Of course, I'm not that
> > picky either... I'll read what interests me whether it's top-posted,
> > bottom-posted. If the email has lot's of overhead I read what
> > me, and move on. Lot's of header and footer stuff, no biggie - I'll
> > just skip it...
> I have a feeling I'll be one of the few on this list to agree with you.
> It's a better way, but some people are set in their ways. New
> information is first and obviously separated from the old. Any other
> method is a waste of time for both the sender and reader. What's worse
> is when people whine about other people not conforming to their
> preferred method. Get over it, people. If it bothers you that much,
> block the sender.
So how come when I read Greg's feelings on how top posting was soo much
better, I had to scroll down several pages just to see what prompted
that silly reply?
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