[Elfsea] fWas Defender web site
smabry at flash.net
Wed Aug 16 15:37:32 PDT 2006
While I am not the best of conversationalists, I have learned a few things
about conversation on the web. Rule 1 is write your words in your favorite
word program first. 2) Speak your words aloud. If you do not like how it
sounds then it probably needs to be reworded. 3) Never stab people in the
back online. If you cannot say it to their face, it certainly does not need
to be in the ether. 4) Lay it aside and water the lawn, play with the kids,
do a load of laundry, whatever you need to do to take your mind off the
offending email. (I am assuming you are talking about some oddball email.)
5) Always remember: what goes into the internet will always be in the
internet, laying in wait to bite you in the back. 6) Keep your words sweet,
you may have to eat them.
HL Robin de Shealladh
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Sent: Wednesday, August 16, 2006 4:39 AM
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Subject: [Elfsea] fWas Defender web site
I found the feedback on the web site to have many good points. I would
like some of the questions answered. I am not sure I liked the tone of
the message, but seems that written messages on the list often sound
fussy. Is there a trick to writing polite to the point e-mails? Where
can I learn it?
I would like to point out while the Internet is an important
communication tool, one to one conversation is still our best
communication pathway. Especially when we are talking about a new site
it is important to personally invite people to our events. I mean
everyone in the group. We need to make sure our friends know we are
excited about the new site and we will be there and want them to be
there too. It looks like a lovely place to camp. A place that we can
live the magic. . A place to escape from the everyday and the mundane.
People come to new site because they know old friends will be there
and they will be made welcome. I plan to talk it up and I hope you
Duchess Willow de Wisp
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