Missing Digests

stephen barncard stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Sun Oct 14 17:10:53 EDT 2012

Jerry Daniels made a list reader about 6 years ago. He'd make a weekly
video and talk about Revolution topics from the list. It looked pretty
basic, and an example of 'screen scraping', methinks.

On Sun, Oct 14, 2012 at 1:52 PM, Bob Earp <rjearp at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Roger,
> I am amazed how some folks on this list manage to keep up with Digests,
> never mind individual posts.  I seem to blink and three more digests appear
> in my InBox.  The obviously don't sleep, have no lives, and have found the
> way to bend time ;-)
> Anyway, I have a love - hate relationship with the LC lists, which are the
> only ones I subscribe to these days.  I absolutely love them from the
> plethora of information they provide and the incredible support from the
> subscribees (is that a word ?).  I hate them for taking so much time to
> read, and doubly hate them when twits post totally useless drivel.  I was
> going to say the latter know who they are, but suspect that is not the
> case, and maybe I am a culprit with this post !!
> Anyway, one thing I have always wished for is a decent reader that would
> let me read the posts as I want to, which is likely different to everybody
> else.  The least I'd like to do is click on an index item and jump to the
> message, but I'm sure being able to selectively display threads would be of
> benefit  too.  I know there have been various readers built in the past,
> and of course there is also the archive and search capabilities on-line,
> but so far they've all fell a slice or two short of a picnic.
> Maybe it is time for you and I to build a new one or better still start an
> openSource one  ;-)
> best, Bob...
> Bob Earp
> White Rock, British Columbia.
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Stephen Barncard
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