OT re top-posting. was Re: Firefox and NoScript??
kogorman at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 20:15:32 UTC 2012
> [I'm replying without trimming because I'd like you to see your email
> as I receive it and to see what you could (and should) trim. There's
> far too much unnecessary rubbish in your replies and those of Ryan!]
> Gmail hides all of that from me. It's not hard to get it back, but it's
not automatic either. This may be the wave of the future, whether we like
it or not. With 10 GB and climbing of free space on gmail even permanently
archiving all of the lists I belong to, my percent usage keeps dropping.
With terrabytes of local storage if that should fall away, at roughly
$100/TB. With really fast home iternet. I think the world no longer cares
to trim its storage so much. I'll do it as long as it's in the guidelines
for the list -- I'm just saying.
Reminds me though, of when I was a backpacker and we'd sometimes talk about
trimming the margins from our maps to cut down on weight.
> There's one reason to switch to the new gmail setup: won't the old one
> be killed off at some point?
I expect so. Fortunately, everything I need seems to be in the new one,
just in unexpected places under unexpected names.
programmer, n. an organism that transmutes caffeine into software.
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