>You see, I believe it's my fault.
>Couple months ago, I got contacted by someone from AOL wanting to post
>the Publicly Accessible Mailing Lists there. I told them what I told
>everyone -- Sure, as long as you leave all the attributions intact. Turned
>out to be a huge mistake.
I was also buried in clueless mail for a couple of weeks on my
mailing list, but I welcomed the new traffic because my list
had become tired-assed. And, when the traffic jumped up by a factor
of 10, many of those AOL subscribers dropped out because they have
to pay for the time they spend reading mail.
The traffic has now reduced to a reasonable level, and there are a lot
of new topics being discussed on the list.
I'm glad that AOL posted the Publicly Accessible Mailing List, and
I'm glad that I am able to reach many more people who need the
information on my list.
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