Yes, Jake may have special "talents". I was thinking about posting an essay
here called "Is Bookshare Overrun with Aliens"?, but I don't have time to
write it all out just now. My top suspect was Pratik, at least partly
because of the name - it sounds Romulan to me, but perhaps others who
remember "Star Trek" may want to weigh in on this. I had other "facts"
which I was prepared to slightly distort in the interests of making my case.
But in addition to Pratik, Jake was also a suspect. He apparently has a lot
of capabilities, more than any normal human? I may write more on this
Do I need a disclaimer for the humor-impaired here? If so, then I consider myself disclaimed.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Cindy" <popularplace@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, June 10, 2006 1:12 AM
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: Admin queue down to 19 books as of 11:51p.m. PDT, Friday June 9
Ah, I shall put back the ones I deleted, then.
I know the lists I revise after Marissa's List is published is not totall correct, because the information only comes from what people post on the list that they've uploaded or submitted, and of course there are a lot of volunteers not on the list who are doing the same thing. But if you can keep publishing Marissa's every two weeks, at least, I won't have to publish one. That helps avoid duplicate work.
Posting the books added to the collection, based on your list, gives those who live in earlier time zones, who don't take the trouble to go to your lists, and who are anxiousto get the information about new books sooner rather than later, information sooner than they'd get otherwise. For some reason I don't understand, you get the info before the New Books List does. Since I gather you get it electronically and automatically somehow, I don't see why it doesn't get to the New Books list the same way. When that finally occurs, I won't have to post any lists. smile.
Of course, you might say that such people shouldn't be pampered--they should learn to go to your lists or wait. I have no answer to that. smile
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