I told him "no". He wrote back, went, "why not"?
> From email@example.com Fri Dec 1 10:00:53 1995
> Message-Id: <199512011554.KAA26726@mail.Clark.Net>
> Date: Fri, 01 Dec 95 10:33:07 -0500
> From: Alan Weiner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Organization: GRYPHON Microproducts
> X-Mailer: Mozilla 1.2N (Windows; I; 32bit)
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Are you looking for suggestions for improvements to the mailing list site?
> Hiya. I'm the author of a product called W3MAGIC. W3MAGIC
> adds things like database access, forms process, and dynamic
> form generation to WWW pages. It would be a simple matter to
> incorporate your mailing list info into a database that would
> dynamically generate the appropriate html pages that could
> include the ability to automatically subscribe/unsubscribe to
> that list.
> to get a better feel for what I'm talking about. If you'd
> like, we can set-up a simple prototype to demonstrate how easy
> it would be to do. It would only make sense if it ended-up
> making less work for you and provided more capabilities for
> that work. I'd be willing to work out a deal so that you can
> do it for free (since you make your service available for