jamesmeador at hotmail.com
Sat Nov 26 14:28:20 CST 2005
Personally though, I like being able to 'google' a phrase related to
trombone and have the old list messages appear right on the screen so I can
click on the link. Saves a lot of time in researching old discussions.
When I see spam, I just delete it (or eat it, if I have some crackers).
From: <dslide13 at aol.com>
To: jeff at jeffalbert.com, TRBNTERRY at webtv.net
Cc: TROMBONE-L at server5.samford.edu
Subject: Re: [Trombone-l] Spam
Sent: Saturday, November 26, 2005 4:53 PM
It's not all SPAMbots though. Some of the stuff seems to be coming from
trombone-centric advertisers who have manually harvested addresses. This one
bugs me a little, since it's so easy to send a message directly to the list
with a subject heading of "shameless self-promotion". Plus, I feel a little
One thing that might help is to prevent Google and others from caching the
archives. This is easily resolved and may at least add an extra
inconvenience to those folks who do this.
James N. Meador
Acadiana Symphony Orchestra
University of Louisiana-Lafayette
Applied Trombone Instruction
301 E. St. Mary Blvd.
Lafayette, LA 70503
jamesmeador at louisiana.edu
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