[Hpn] Hey.. no fair (Blame the computah. I'm just a hippie.:)

Lucinda Houston lucy@efn.org
Sat, 23 Sep 2000 12:10:56 -0700


I hear that, Tom.  I like your bottom line, and yes, that is the goal.
As my muslim brothers would say, ameen!
-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Boland <wgcp@earthlink.net>
Date: Saturday, September 23, 2000 1:39 AM
Subject: Re: [Hpn] Hey.. no fair (Blame the computah. I'm just a hippie.:)


>"Lucinda Houston" <lucy@efn.org> wrote:
>>     OK.. maybe I should have just clicked on date,  to get conversation
>>by date.
>
>Lucinda, if you return to a particular month's HPN Archives after having
>visited before sometime during that particular month, you probably have to
>click "Reload" or "Refresh" (probably in the top line of your Internet
>Browser Window).  Then you will get any posts that were posted to HPN since
>the date you first visited that particular month's Archives.
>
>>I don't really know what a thread is,  anyway.
>
>When someone posts, and others reply, that cluster of posts is a "thread".
>The HPN software is supposed to put them all together (if noone has changed
>the Subject line).
>
>But sometimes the computah don' woik like it's suppos ta, and coughs.
>(Don't blame me.  I'm just a hippie.:)
>
>>But still, I have some  missing entries,
>
>I'm not sure why.  I haven't seen any sign that a post of yours "had
>problems making the list", in computerese, "bounced".  I coulda missed
>sumpin', tho.
>
>>and Harmony's story is under my name.
>
>Her _email_ on the planned news article came to me under her address
>(correctly).  But you are right that the _Archives_ put your name and
>address at the top of her post (although it's clearly signed by Harmony at
>the bottom).  I don't know why, or how to fix it; shall I write to Sandy,
>HPN's technical whiz, to see if she can fix the accidental name switch?
>
>The Mailman software which "serves" HPN does things I can't begin to figure
>out.  I am far more comfortaable in a Rainbow tee-pee than trying to sort
>out computers.  (Actually, I want a tee-pee with an Internet hookup to a
>computer which reads my mind and just DOES IT RIGHT, first time, every
>time.)
>
>Anyway, Lucinda, despite these "glitches" (computer problems), we shall
>Carry On for a better world, or at least have some fun chatting online. --
>Listslave Tom
>
>>     -----Original Message-----
>>From:      Lucinda Houston <lucy@efn.org>
>>To: hpn@lists.is.asu.edu <hpn@lists.is.asu.edu>
>>Date:      Friday, September 22, 2000 10:55 PM
>>Subject: [Hpn] Hey.. no      fair
>>
>>     I just looked in the archives, first by      thread, and then by
>>author, and I couldn't find some of my messages and      responses to the
>>Catholic New Times.  I found Harmony and Tom's      interview Q's & A's
>>(with my name tagged on), but not my missing      entries.  And they
>>weren't in order by date, in thread, which I would      have kind of liked
>>them to be.     Sorry Tom, miss gripe, gripe,      gripe.     I looked in
>>year 2000 archives.     I know you would if you could if you only      had
>>the time and way, etc. :)
>
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