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OT: Netiquette

I've been involved in various cybercommunities (email lists,
USENET groups, web boards, etc.) for over 17 years. Back when
I first got connected in 1985 the convention of all caps being
interpreted as shouting was well established.

I understand the need to be sensitive to people of differing abilities,
but I'm one of the many that find all caps *harder* to read than

Here's a good primer on netiquette:

Note section 2.1.1 :-)

Obligatory iris comment: our long but rather spotty bloom season
is winding down, but BLACK HOPE opened yesterday and looks lovely.
It's my favorite Austin.

Jean Richter
zone 9, northern California

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