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Too Much List Mail
01-11-11: Updated because once again "There's Too Much List Email"
Edited 02-12-08 : there's no more "Hang-Out" due to the webhost change. http://www.city-lists.com/CITY-Computer/Blogs.htm (retired) Check that page to see where you can set up a blog of your own. My blog on this site was toasted with the web host change. So that page has to be updated too.
01-16-06: A list member posted to the list suggesting we create a space where links to new pictures be gathered, or to create a communal blog where ClayMates can post that they have something to see. The ramble below is what I replied to her. I'm putting this up as a Ramble because it's a topic that comes up regularly... too much list mail.
list started this subject has come up time
and time again.
why I do not read all the posts in COC is because I also volunteer in other
CITY-Lists groups as well as do administrative duties behind the scenes.
That's why there are a number of volunteers in COCModSquad. We share the
duty of keeping an eye on the group.
Update: CITY Classifieds was where the CITYzens of all the CITY Lists can post items for sale or post for items they are looking to buy. We closed it down because there was not enough interest.
Off topic posts on
COC i.e., sales, ads, spam, and the details of selling are not appropriate for
competition curbs creativity.
If you want to go on a rant build a blog of your own and put that blog link in your signature file. People will see your blog link when you post. Social bonding on the list is how we motivate people to click our blog or commercial links in our signature files. Be nice, be interesting, be helpful and people will follow your links.
controversial topics regarding religion, politics, and other topics will
disturb the peace of the list and will cause you to be moderated and drawn
into a discussion with one of the volunteers. If you really want to disturb
the peace and can't clay nice, you may be relieved of the burden of being part
of CITY-o-Clay. Meaning, you will be removed. Artists can't create in an
environment that is negative.
I've edited this again 01-11-11 because some changes have taken place and this page needed updating. Plus I LOVE this date. All those ones... nifty.
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