At 11:35 AM -0700 7/2/99, Joseph S. Barrera III wrote:
>I'm leaving Microsoft and joining a startup.
>I'd like to celebrate by re-joining FoRK.
>Will you have me back? :-)
>- - Joe
At 11:43 AM -0700 7/2/99, Tim Byars wrote:
>Subject: your mp3 cd
>I found it. Now get me off that fuckin' list of yours and I'll give it
>back to you.
At 12:34 AM -0100 7/2/99, Alexa Champion wrote:
>I looked up my name in Google and found lots of links to FoRK where you had
>posted many email message from me. And I'm not even a member. Join me up,
At 3:40 PM -0500 7/2/99, Rajiv Shah wrote:
>As a new member I will do the perfunctory introduction
>By merely backtracking how I got to this group should be enough of an
>I found the page Rohit=EDs =ECThe Spec's in the Mail=EE history of SMTP thr=
>which I found the mailing list. The reason I found the pages was I was
>searching for information on header-people discussion group. The
>header-people discussion group is one of several topics (the others are
>PICS, cookies, and finger) that I am doing research on this summer. The
>research is to better understand the development and history of these
>=ECtechnical characteristics=EE of the Internet. These characteristics are
>important because they regulate behavior on the net. These issues are of
>interest to me because I am a graduate student in communications with a
>background of law and EE.=20
>>From the archives it seems that the list keeps pretty up to date on the
>latest tech happenings. While I browse slashdot and wired, I thought that
>the list might help me keep up with the latest happenings.
>That=EDs it for now