I'm not clueless I"M jst waiting to see what all the other folks are going
to say,and ask if it is just a neat advertising ploy.I enjoy seeing where
you are from in the world.
Oh and I'm doing some Qual.Act.Res.without software to date.
Little Old Lady in Australia
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alan Stockdale" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Friday, June 11, 2004 12:07 AM
Subject: Re: The way to leave the list or 'suspend' mail.
> Yes, it's an interesting phenomenon. I don't think the fact that they may
> have discarded the unsubscribe instructions has anything to do with it. I
> presuming that most people on this list are researchers and are savvy
> to figure out how to unsubscribe from the list in a few minutes at most.
> And, I suspect that many of them may still have the instructions but won't
> look for them or read them. And in any case the instructions for getting
> an off lists are pretty simple and standard. Most people shouldn't need to
> read the instructions. As they probably aren't clueless, I suspect there's
> lazy, anti-social aspect to it, presumably because the accountability is
> weak. I wonder what happens after these people send their message to
> everyone on the list? Does Ann kindly unsubscribe them or do they still
> to unsubscribe themselves after some prodding from the list administrator
> and others?