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Re: [Social-discuss] Facebook: David Recordon talks with talis about the
Re: [Social-discuss] Facebook: David Recordon talks with talis about the Social Graph
Tue, 06 Jul 2010 10:55:52 -0400
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On 07/05/2010 10:02 PM, Melvin Carvalho wrote:
> On 6 July 2010 03:09, will kahn-greene <address@hidden> wrote:
>> I'm a busy guy. When I get these sorts of emails where there's a url
>> and no summary or explanation of why the sender thought it was
>> interesting, I delete them because I'm busy and I'm not telepathic. I
>> picked up this great time-saving habit from a friend of mine a while back.
>> On other email lists, I would have deleted this email, moved on and not
>> given it a second thought. However, I really care about GNU Social and
>> the conversations here. So I ask that people sending urls take the time
>> to at least summarize the content at the url and why it's relevant.
> Did you try clicking the link?
No. My email explains that I don't click on links in email if there's
no summary and why.
I'm assuming that by asking this question you're saying that in the
future, you don't plan on taking a minute to write up what's at the link
and why it's relevant. That's a total bummer, but so be it.
Adding a summary to the email also gives us a summary in the archives
and in our email even if the content moves from the link.