Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
> __/ [ Roy Culley ] on Sunday 23 April 2006 00:45 \__
>> begin risky.vbs
>> B Gruff <bbgruff@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>> On Sunday 23 April 2006 00:21 Roy Culley wrote:
>>>> Toplist of 'Quality' Posters 
>>>> Pos Poster Index
>>>> 1. B Gruff <bbgruff@xxxxxxxxxxx> 75
>>>> 2. Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 69
>>>> 3. Mark Kent <mark.kent@xxxxxxxxxxx> 64
>>>> Sinister Midget <sinister@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 64
>>> I can't really take any credit - I simply kill-filed baa-lamb (LOL!!)
>> Well, it was a 'Quality' decision. LOL!!!
> Rather than killfile, I find that by not reading one's message, there is no
> incentive to reply. You used to feed him a lot. LOL!!!
People often use the phrase "killer application" when they're trying to
establish what users are going to do with a given technology in order to
make it successful.
In usenet, well, it just means something /slightly/ different ;-)
>>> ....must say, nice company up here though......:-)
>> Couldn't agree more.
> I am actually very surprised to find myself there. There is no true merit in
> posting (copying rather) news items.
Starting /relevant/ threads is very useful, and something I'm not very
good at. I find it easier to respond, or make analogies to other
subjects, or make links which might seem a bit left-field to some.
As far as I recall about the 'quality' algorithm (or at least the bits
I've made suggestions for), your posting style would do quite well
| Mark Kent -- mark at ellandroad dot demon dot co dot uk |
Your present plans will be successful.