It's a list so any replies automatically go to everyone on that list.
I have not been the slightest bit interested in the last weeks worth of posts
but there are not many options.
1. Scream "off topic" but only if it is and since this is the Rabbits list it has a pretty
2. Withdraw from this particular list. There's plenty of other LL lists to keep up to date
3. Switch to digest. It means you only get one big email every day.
4. Have some german cake. Then you can Dhine too. ;-)
There may be other ideas that may help.
Just my tupence.
I just deleted about 35 e-mails. Is there some way to request Rabbits not to Reply to All, when a question is asked by a specific Rabbit, e.g., the music demo, the tarot discussions.
There is clearly some value in being able to ask a question of a collection of similar interest people, but to have each of those respond to everyone else clogs up e-mail for those who are not interested in the original question. If a general discussion forum is desired for Rabbits, perhaps that could be set up as a separate chat room that you have to actually go to to participate.
Any advice welcome. End of whining.
--- On Thu 07/27, Josh Drobina < josh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx > wrote:
Josh Drobina [mailto: josh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2006 13:41:13 -0400
Subject: [Rabbits] music for demos
I tend to prefer instrumental or electronic selections for background music
during demo times, as music with vocals can sometimes interfere with your
own voice. Selections I like include:
Kaki King (instrumental guitar, often bright, upbeat and fast-moving)
Massive Attack (some tracks, anyway)
Sound Tribe Sector 9 (electronic, some minimal vocals)
Thievery Corporation (some tracks)
Boards of Canada (this is a must-listen, if you haven't--incredibly
talented electronic musicians, no vocals)
I haven't had the internet at home for a while, but when I did I used a
tool called Last.fm to track the music I listened to:
if you'd like to see my more general music selections.
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