JEDIDIAH <jedi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> On 2006-10-11, Hadron Quark <qadronhuark@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Jamie Hart <usenet@xxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>> tjb wrote:
>>>> I wrote:
>>>>> I don't want to have to killfile all of your news posts, because I want to
>>>>> read *some* of them.
>>>> Just to add that he does post some really good ones. This is why
>>>> I'm so
>>>> hesitant on killfiling here. The problem is the sheer quantity of the
>>> Buy a clue. If he cuts down the volume, he may well cut out something
>>> you'd want to see.
>>> I don't killfile any of the news posts, just skim through them to see
>>> if there's anything I want to read, then I mark them all read and they
>>> magically disappear from view.
>>> Takes a couple of minutes at the most.
>> But of course, if he posted a SINGLE journal we could mark that as
>> important and browse that one document at our own leisure and bring up
>> the articles from that. But of course Mark Kent has managed to fuck up
> You got a problem with using a web browser?
No. Why? What has that got to do with it?
> Searchable web based usenet archives have been around for years
> and years and years. They predate Google even.
Err yes. I know. Which is how I find my news : I dont need Roy spamming
with hundreds of articles about Windows in a Linux advocacy NG.
> The whiners are just technologically impaired. They can't even
> use their own Windows based GUI tools.
What are you talking about? You seem to meander between non-connected
>> event that simple concept by including all Roy's post headers and his
>> inane, misinterpretations of what the article actually says. he even
>> manages to separate the link from the article title : pure genius.
What part of "I don't know how may there will be the first weeks" was so
unclear and needs explanation? : Peter KÃhlmann, COLA.