> Might I suggest, that in addition to the date, it
would be convenient if
> the subject of the message mentions city and state?
> There are CLUES, and it is not very hard to track it down, but not
> everybody happens to know where InfoAge is, so it would be more convenient
> if you stated it.
On Sun, 11 Sep 2022, Bill Gunshannon via cctalk wrote:
A simple click on the GPS Location link and you have a
1) putting essential info, such as WHERE (WHEN was included) means that
you can decide whether to open the item.
2) Not everybody reads their email in a browser.
Yes, I can copy the link, and paste that into my browser, and open it.
I said that it would be more CONVENIENT if the subject mentioned WHERE.
I didn't say that we couldn't do it, just that it would be more
When you click a link, and get aa MAP, . . .
Is the scale going to be such that it is immediately obvious where it is?
Or will it be showing the intersection of Main and Oak street, and you
need to "zoom out" six stages to find out what city and state?
(an issue that "some other people" sometimes do)
'course, knowing latitude and longitude, I SHOULD know that that's
Wall, New Jersey. I should be embarrassed to have to look up such stuff.
Or, maybe I should just plug that into my car's GPS, and GO!
Sadly, I can't make it to this one.
Maybe mentioning InfoAge is a deliberate filter, to just get people who
are familiar with it.
Grumpy Ol' Fred cisin(a)xenosoft.com