Re: Email Spam
- From: dorayme <doraymeRidThis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 02 Jun 2008 12:16:32 +1000
In article <Eb2dnZVjl7mWzt7VnZ2dnUVZ_iydnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxx>,
Ed Mullen <ed@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
However, you lose the simplicity and
convenience of "normal" email, and many programs or front-ends won't allow
you to substitute a page url for an email address.
What sort of Web use precludes the use of a form? If you have a link:
"Click here to contact me" which leads to an HTML form page, what
situation wouldn't work? I believe you, I just can't imagine the scenario.
The scene is a normal human wanting a bit of contact with kindred
species. A form is a lifeless, bloodless thing, it does not seem to have
a chain of warmth that promises that glow of connectedness.
But now, an email, that has an expansive space to write and speak truly
from the heart (unlike the miserable excuses for space forms often give
you with their silly inernal scrollbars and so on).
Also, perhaps this is one thing you will understand, Ed, from me, an
email leaves a record on one's machine. I wrote that to her! Here it is.
WQ=hy has she not answered yet. Look at those pleading words, how can
she not be touched by them, how can she have resisted replying? How can
one indulge in such sickening sentiments in any real live manner with a
Can you imagine Darcy emailing Elizabeth to explain how he was not
guilty of the charge she levelled at him in regard to Wickham? It is not
that hard to do this. It is not that far from writing a letter. But it
is just impossible to quite imagine him getting on to her website and
filling in a damn form.
Trust me Ed.
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