Yesterday at TCU, we had an example of one of the perils of living in the Internet Age. One e-mail sent on campus somehow managed to have bulk addresses that ended up going to everyone –faculty, staff, and students –that had a TCU e-mail account. Some jokers took this mistake as their 15 minutes of fame to a largely unwilling audience by writing their inane comments, then hitting “Reply to All” It got so bad that I received at least 50 e-mails related to this mistake, including some that said “Stop Replying to this e-mail!” Those e-mails begging us to stop were, of course, sent “Reply to All.” Fortunately, it seems to have subsided, and it never rose higher than a nuisance. However, it emphasizes all the more about the need to be careful when sending e-mail and using “Reply to All”: There may be more “All” looking at your e-mail than you intended.
I'm neither liberal Democrat nor conservative Republican; nor do I fall in between the two extremes as a "moderate", because I take stands rather than simply find a middle ground. My views depend upon the issue, so the only way to describe someone who is against both legalized abortion and the death penalty is as an independent. So whether you're liberal, conservative. or any of the points between, there's something for you to like -and not like. And there's other things to see as well. I generally post about 2 to 3 times a week. If I am gone for a certain amount of time, I'll say when I'm leaving, and when I expect to be back. Welcome!
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