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|Date/Time:||20-Feb-2012 02:15:50 +0000|
|Subject:||Re: Re: What is happening to Panotools list?|
my wife had to help me :-)
I almost died laughing, and she had to bring me water to calm me down.
My God, long ago I was not laughing so much.
Thank you buddy :-)
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On Sun, Feb 19, 2012 at 11:34 PM, Sam Rohn <#removed#> wrote:
> hi pat -
> sorry to all for the OT after the admin said basta, but just to clear up
> some misinformation floating around on the odd chance that anybody cares
> about the accuracy of information posted in this group
> yes, the facebook panorama group is searchable, members will see a search
> box in the upper right of the page, and all old posts are archived back to
> day one
> and yes, you can also choose NOT to divulge any personal info on facebook
> and other websites, they cannot read your mind, so if you do not want to
> reveal too much personal info just don't enter the data in facebook in the
> 1st place, and don't friend chatty relatives, etc :)
> otherwise, those concerned about facebook stealing their soul or teenagers
> being friendly etc should see this link for info on safely using the
> internet - http://zapatopi.net/afdb/ ;)
> personally, ive never been stranded on a mountaintop etc with a computer
> but without internet access and needing to search an old post on a mailing
> list, does this happen to you guys a lot or is it just a hypothetical
> situation ?
> otherwise, cats etc, what are other yahoo groups about i wonder ?
> yep, more random cat "argle-bargle", if i am using this term correctly
> lots of cats on flickr too, but that is hardly all that flickr is good for
> nobody ever suggested moving this ptng group to facebook, i certainly did
> not, or that the fb pano group was ever intended as any sort of
> "replacement" for this or any other group, but folks over here sure are
> cliquish & defensive of the yahoo group format, which i and many others
> feel is stuck in 1998, and presently in 2012 yahoo is clearly a rapidly
> sinking ship, & this inflexibility is to this communities detriment, but i
> am not really a regular here anyway so...
> thanks :)
> - - - - -
> Sam Rohn :: New York City
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> --- In #removed#, Pat Swovelin <panoramas@...> wrote:
> > Is Facebook searchable? Is Facebook able to be local so you can refer
> > to that information anytime or anywhere? Can you view thousands of
> > messages back to the first one if you need to find something? Can you
> > be on Facebook without divulging private data and having yourself
> > tracked everywhere you go?
> > And you said it yourself above when you used the word archive. Facebook
> > is anything but an archive of useful information. The best comment I
> > ever heard in relation to Facebook is "Facebook is for blabbing about
> > your cat."
> > > --
> > Pat Swovelin
> > Cool Guy @ Large