[AMRadio] a little refresher guide in email nettiquette

Jose HF Silva zehelmer at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 11 01:19:07 EST 2006

Hi, Geoff

It's me.

Thank you for your care and pedagogy but you are wrong
about the way it happened: when I saw it, your
ammendment was not yet there and I thought it could be
a very well known reference to most of members and it
would not be mentioned if not asked for. 
And I would like to read it!

And the question was solved.

In my opinion, what you added is very well know to
most of members but one is somewhat free to still have
a style of his own.

Now, let's thank Jim Wilhite too for his fellowship!

And to close it, some bandwidth will not be too
excessive, in my opinion, when it concerns to main
subject here: good AM ;-))

Vy 73 de Jose' - CT1AXG

Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 00:45:35 -0600
From: W5OMR/Geoff <w5omr at satx.rr.com>
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] AM modulation
To: Discussion of AM Radio <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Message-ID: <43C3580F.9070006 at satx.rr.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1;

Jim Wilhite wrote:

> Look here:
> http://www.qsl.net/wa5bxo/amtech.html

I imagine he was just catching up, and reading the
list-mail, and saw 
the one message where I forgot to inclue the URL
(which was immediatly 
done in the -next- message).

A Lot of times, someone will ask the whole of the
group a question.  
Instead of jumping in on -that- particular message,
I'll read through 
the list, -first- to make sure it hasn't already been
answered, -or-, 
someone elses point of view has been given (if that's
what the 
requires) and one that is similar to mine has been
brought to light, 
then there'd be no need for me to chime and and say
(basically) -me, 
too-, unless my whole intent and purpose was to take
up bandwidth. 


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