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We have new privacy rules in Europe, and you cannot imagine how many times I have already
unsubscribed to newsletters. Over the years my mailbox became overcrowded with all sorts of stuff I did not really want. Now, I can get rid of it more easily. Some magazines and newspapers do not give up straight away though. They keep sending varations of themselves. It is funny to see how sad all these media are that I am leaving - it makes me feel so good! Ticketline even advised me to take care. Thank you. __________________ “Dogs are our link to paradise. They don't know evil or jealousy or discontent. To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring--it was peace.” Milan Kundera. http://borntolisten.com
Pinkie in the Pink Palace
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That reminds me to go "unsubscribe" to the Wrap and to MSN, among others, in my mail box so it won't get so swamped. I was actually frozen out of my hotmail e-mail account long ago for not deleting hordes of unwanted e-mails which really added up. I'd love to be able to get into that again and see the gold amidst the dross, there. I assume all that is still there on the Net.
__________________ "more sinned against than sinning"--shall be on my tombstone
"Transpersonal psychology--transcend the self, to abolish and avoid pain...what is the self, anyway?"--Pinkie
"Queen of Pain, I'll Always be Queen of Pain" (laughs)with apologies to Sting
"Yes it's over now, drink your big black cow, and get outa here"--Steely Dan
"I'm just a girl, they think I'm some kind of freak"--Gwen Stefani
"You can beat us with wires, you can beat us with chains;
You can make all your rules but you can't outrun the history train...I seen a glorious day"--Paul Simon
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I like to get rid of my 'junk' stuff right away. I get rid of my emails pretty quick too. I don't like stuff cluttering up my email. But Allan, on the other hand, keeps stuff forever. So, question: Do you like a clean email, or do you tend to hoard stuff?
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I used to clean mine out every day but now that my memory is spotless I have to keep emails so I know what's going on in my life! Actually, I just got in the habit of keeping everything except spam.
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I have two separate emails that I use. One is for general use like signing up for notices or things I don't really trust
The other is for fam and friends only. The first one fills up fast daily and seldom look at it. Just a cursory scan. The other is much more quiet and much more welcome. __________________ And God said "let there be light".
Then General Electric pushed him out of the way and the era of Corporate America was born to rule the universe.