[nfbmi-talk] Considerations When Emailing List
tonyasmith75 at live.com
Sun Feb 20 12:26:18 UTC 2011
Hi Kim, my name is Tonya and I wanted to let you know that that is very said, very well put,a and very polite. I agree with you that if someone should say something it should be you know off list specially if it is in private. But for example like me with someone who does not have the person's address, I would have to post a message on list in order for the address to be put in my address book because that is the way my Voice On The Go works. But anyways, I am kind of curious to hear what Larry has to say and you know stuff like that and what Nick has to say. I am kind of curious to hear what they have to say on this.
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> Original Message:
> From: Kim Mohnke <kitties_kimmy at yahoo.com>
> Sent: February 19, 2011 9:14:42 PM
> To: 'NFB of Michigan List' <nfbmi-talk at nfbnet.org>
> Subject: [nfbmi-talk] Considerations When Emailing List
> Hello List,
> I have a comment and concern for the usage of this list. I understand everyone has the right to post issues, topics and discussions related to blind and visually impaired individuals in Michigan. What I would like to see stopped is the one comment remarks back and forth between two or three people. If you wish to communicate to each other may you consider doing this off list. Some of the small conversations are important, however, it seems that more and more of these emails are directed to just one person. If your comments are just to one person, please for the sake of the traffic on this list, just email that person.
> May you think through before hitting the send button. If it is something you want to share with the whole group, post it on the list serve. If you are directing your comments and questions to one or two individuals, email them privately.
> As well, if you want to put a link in an email could you please give a brief explanation of the link in the message of your email? That would be helpful so I can make a decision to click on it or not. I am more bound to click on a link if I understand where it takes me to than if in the email is just the link.
> Thank you for these considerations.
> God Bless,
> Kimberly Mohnke
> NFB Lansing Chapter Vice-President
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