> Wait a second. One the one hand you bemoan the fact people can get your
> subscriber lists then you whine about having to make the subscriber
> lists private. Which is it? Do you want people to be able to get at
> your subscriber lists or not?
I'd like to be able to leave my subscriber lists world-readable without it
inevitably leading to abuse of that information by spam-spewing sleazebags.
Kind of like I was able to do until about eighteen months ago.
> If you run a mailing list and don't want your subscriber lists going out
> then don't make them available to the public.
Wow, what a trenchant and insightful observation. Let's all give Mike a
> Michael Sullivan sullivan @
> Walt Disney Feature Animation +1 818 560 8196 (voice)
> 500 S. Buena Vista St. +1 818 560 8290 (fax)
> Burbank, CA 91521-4870
I take it from the fact that you provide this information "publicly", you
wouldn't mind someone wandering over to rec.arts.disney.* and telling
everyone that they're welcome to call you to chat about what a jerk they
think Eisner is, ask for tips on breaking into the biz or getting
replacements for their laser-rotted copies of the BatB "Work-In-Progress"
LD, email you for GIFs of Esmeralda sticking things up herself, etc. etc.
After all, if you didn't want the information abused, you wouldn't
let anyone have it, right?
::: Lazlo (lazlo @