[iBook] Can anyone help?

Pat patdart2 at mac.com
Tue May 29 10:40:18 PDT 2007

For what it's worth, I found the discussion sorta funny!  I posted the 
request and thought the subject line silly later on...and then the sky 
opened up and the remarks started and I just sat back and read them.  
Incidentally, the problem still exists...ie, I'm still having all my 
mail forwarded from Cox, Suddenlink to .mac and seem to be getting all 
of it that way.  Don't understand, but if it works, it works.

I did appreciate the helpful suggestion I DID get and also appreciate 
the education about subject lines.

On May 24, 2007, at 7:01 PM, Michael Elliott wrote:

> I don't think that people have a problem with suggestions. Here's one: 
>  be nice.
> Michael
> On May 24, 2007, at 11:13 AM, Robert Ameeti wrote:
>> I don't think snobbery is the issue here. The user had not received 
>> much of a response and a suggestion was offered as to how to get more 
>> people to read the query and perhaps respond. You have a problem with 
>> suggestions?
>> At 11:47 AM -0400, 5/24/07, Steve R wrote:
>>> I hadn't realised this had become the snob list for the Microsoft 
>>> iBooks. Instead of slapping hands for not putting a better subject 
>>> line **on a list that barely has two posts PER MONTH** how about 
>>> making the list welcoming to iBook owners and potential iBook owners 
>>> who may not have the same elevated IQ as the ListNanny apparently 
>>> has? Maybe there would be more traffic on this list if some of us 
>>> increased the fiber in our diets.
>>> Steve R

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