[Oz-teachers] Twitter users only
partridgeg at optusnet.com.au
Mon Mar 8 18:38:58 EST 2010
I have been on this list for the last eight years ... I think ... and have
only ever put Greg or Greg P.
I was queried once about my full name and occupation and where I teach.
Anyone could google my name and find where I am at!
I am with you on this one!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Malcom Brown" <malcomb at bigblue.net.au>
To: "Professional community for teachers" <oz-teachers at rite.ed.qut.edu.au>
Sent: Monday, March 08, 2010 6:22 PM
Subject: Re: [Oz-teachers] Twitter users only
> Crikey Pete - that's a bit rough. I've re-read my query and I can't see
> I made any demands. To quote from the original email 'I was wondering
> was the opening line, not 'Can I ask that people desist ....'
> I thought I was simply observing a new minimalist trend in sign-offs.
> Going by all the feedback, people find sigfiles useful, and I have read
> their reasons. That's fine by me. Let the tradition continue.
> Perhaps you have attributed other people's subsequent comments to ban the
> sigfile to me. I certainly didn't express any such sentiment.
> And if I feel that I can help anyone on the list, I certainly will - but
> discount any contribution I may make because I haven't participated prior
> again a bit rough. Do I have to come up through the ranks and earn my
> stripes on this list before I can ask/query/wonder about anything out
> On 8/3/10 11:23 AM, "Peter Macinnis" <petermacinnis at ozemail.com.au> wrote:
>> On 8/03/2010 07:44, Jones, Ben wrote:
>>> Because of a discussion here about signatures, everyone is now scared to
>>> their signature on their email.
>> If anybody feels that they must obey Malcom's demands, look back to see
>> what help he has given others on this list. I have, and so I continue
>> to use sigs. Join the dots.
>> I'm McManly in Twitter and in most social networking areas where I'm not
>> plain me. That said, I don't tweet much.
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