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Substitute moderator

>Date: Thu, 29 Feb 1996 16:23:41 -0500
>Errors-To: cnedin@geology.adelaide.edu.au
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>From: rowe@lepomis.psych.upenn.edu (Mickey Rowe)
>To: cnedin@geology.adelaide.edu.au
>Subject: Substitute moderator
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>Sender: rowe (Mickey Rowe)
>Subject: Substitute moderator
>I'm going to be away from the internet Friday, Saturday and Sunday
>(those are the days here in Philadelphia; your mileage may vary ;-)
>In my absence, Chris Nedin is (in theory) going to be moderating the
>dinosaur list.  If this message gets through, that means he figured
>out how to do it.  Wish him luck and be kind to him.
>Since I had to shut listproc down in order to switch moderators, I
>also did something I should have done two weeks ago.  I turned off
>subscription checking.  Now you can send mail to the list from
>anywhere.  With a moderated list, subscription checking doesn't help
>anything (since I'd see the messages whether they came from
>subscribers or not), and it did cause problems for some of you.  Those
>of you that had such problems can now breathe a sigh of relief because
>you should never have them again with this list.
>Mickey Rowe     (rowe@lepomis.psych.upenn.edu)

cnedin@geology.adelaide.edu.au                  nedin@ediacara.org
Many say it was a mistake to come down from the trees, some say
the move out of the oceans was a bad idea. Me, I say the stiffening
of the notochord in the Cambrian was where it all went wrong,
it was all downhill from there.