[Air-L] digest it! not FB it!

Nicholas Bowman Nicholas.Bowman at mail.wvu.edu
Mon Aug 5 06:12:30 PDT 2013

Agree here. I really liked Jeremy's discussion of (not-so-obvious) user control and customization when considering e-mail communications. I think I might just be suffering from a Jetson's Effect in all of this. So, I'll digest all of this (see what I did there?) and stay involved via e-mail.
As a side-note, I have to say that I am finding this AoIR list to be remarkably busy in the best way. Truly, a group of scholars rather than merely a set of presentations. 

Concerns, cheerfully withdrawn. 

>>> Barry Wellman <wellman at chass.utoronto.ca> 05-Aug-13 14:48 >>>
Dear Nicholas David Bowman et al

I get the daily digest which isn't onerous at all. I skim items, and even 
use the Table of Contents. I'd hate to get one item at a time.
But if it goes to Facebook, AoIR loses me, as I don't do FB.

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