On mailing lists (August 5, 2005, 0) - I find it a bit strange that people here like broadcasting their
messages by putting everyone in To: or Cc:. I _know_ they’ve heard of
mailing lists. Everyone knows about mailing lists. Heck, even my
parents have a mailing list for their advertising photography company.
By mailing list, I mean a managed mailing list through something like
Yahoo Groups or
Where should mailing list replies go? (July 23, 2005, 0) - John Billings writes:
I’d also like to change it so that when you hit reply the messge
goes to the list and not the sender.
Although this is common behavior, there are good reasons to consider
keeping the current setting of not overriding Reply-To. This is a
fairly religious topic thoroughly covered in the following pages:
Keeping Reply-To intact:
Social network analysis (February 23, 2004, 0) - http://www.jibble.org/piespy/
I want to run something like this on the PLUG mailing lists. I can
reuse their spring model and then build the network based on the
Where to find entries (May 2, 2005, 0) - My mom noticed I hadn’t been updating this blog. If you’re looking for
some news on my life, they’re over at
http://www.livejournal.com/~sachachua/ . Many of the entries are
friends-only, but so far I am fairly liberal with the definition of
“friend” and will probably add you if you want. =) Set up an LJ
account at http://www.livejournal.com and add me
Mail fix (July 23, 2003, 0) - Okay, hmm.
I’m having a hard time figuring out how to properly route my mail. I
have two main mail accounts – my free.net.ph address and my ateneo.edu
address. At home, I can send mail from any account I want, but I have
to use the web interface (IMP) to check my ateneo.edu account for
messages (no POP/IMAP in! pfft).