Ah, but it *isn't* an empty forwarded message (no, Klassa, not in the sense
you meant :-). It's nonempty because it carries bits -- the mere bits that
say "this agenda is FoRKworthy" :-)
It means this is a conference with clueful people. That it is timely. That
FoRKees should double-check if they recognize the people and topics involved.
The perhaps-less-visible subtext is that it's right around the corner, in
time and in space, so I'm considering attending.
Adam got it:
> From firstname.lastname@example.org Wed Apr 16 15:25:39 1997
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Program for DIMACS Workshop on Economics, Game Theory, and the Internet, April 18-19, 1997 (fwd)
> Damn, this sounds good. You going?
But, of course, that's unfair. Afterall, the list grew out of our mutual
He added irrelevantly:
> Also, how are we supposed to write HICSS papers with you out of the
> country for all of May? Planning to use HomeBase or something?
Er, yes, that IS a problem. We'll all find out once we figure out what
contintents I'm on this summer (and hence May). And do you mean
paper(s)? I never heard about that wireless one. And what's HomeBase?
How 'bout WikiWikiWeb?
> Interesting book: Sklansky on Poker, by David Sklansky.
> Phooey, no publisher, no ISBN number. Must be an underground
> book. Damn. This book is a good model for Shemp, where
> this book:Poker::Shemp:WWW
"The Vision of Poker"? "How Poker will affect the future of business"?
"Poker: theory and applications"? "Join the Poker Consortium today"?
HUH? How are they alike? Or is it that both games can be won by vicious