Curious, I find the reverse to be true. Since I usually read in threads, I find that having to scroll through the last part to get to the current part mildly annoying. With the post after, I find myself skipping replies because the top looks familiar when I scan through my mail.
- Charles 'Getting too Curmudgeonly to be Flexible' Barouch
Susan Lynch wrote:
Ray DeGennaro at Eaglerock IS [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
with some explanations of why Netiquette is the way is it.
Ray, thank you for the informative links. Interesting to discover that what had appeared to be a stylistic preference is actually a rule of etiquette, when I had always found it mildly annoying to have to search (or scroll down past) a previously read (or composed) message to ferret out the answers to the questions asked. Oh, well, one must have a flexible attitude...
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