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  1. Comment marked as low quality by the editors. Show comment

    Please don’t do “roundups” of multiple subjects in a single article. No one — and I mean NO ONE — else on the Internet who sends-out email newsletters does that. Do not make the reader wade through things about which she does not care.

    Each subject gets its own linked-to thing in the roundup.

    What’s WRONG with you? Do not you subscribe to anything? Can you not see what is the Internet standard?!?

    Geez! [shakes head in disbelief]

    ____________________________
    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms.dot com

  2. How rude Greg’s comment is. As an ordinary user, I am more than satisfied with how the subjects are presented. The commentary moves smoothly, with embedded links to the items presented. There is sometimes a sweet humor in the commentary that I enjoy. Sending single pages would be a waste of bandwith, and sending a talking points list loses the commentary. I open the links I am interested in, finish reading the page and close it, then leisurely read through each page I opened. Works great. Greg, you really need to take some serious lessons in tact. Your behavior is quite unbearable.

  3. Please do not change the format. There are others that do in fact use basically the same format. The newsletters that I subscribe to have an option where I can get a single email of article summaries instead multiple emails throughout the day/week.

  4. I’m a retired clinical psychologist and now conflict expert…I enjoy very much getting involved in other people’s conflicts and give tools and ideas to solve them.
    Conflicts are great to foster our self-growth!
    so, if you haven’t thought about it before, I’m inviting you to go out and
    get yourself a good enemy. Then, you can get to know yourself, what are your
    goals in life, your values and how to manage real
    anger in a productive way. What else can you wish for?

    Appreciate your enemy today, for teaching you so many things.

    … And, if you manage to solve the dispute and reconcile, its time to find another enemy!

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