Ted Gallop ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Tue, 16 Mar 1999 12:12:08
>From: Steve <email@example.com>
>To: James Bland <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: Animation
><complain>Yes, very nice animations... but not in emails!
>I'm usually the last person to complain about something like this,
>but my email is quite slow tonight because I was downloading the
>new Star Wars preview (26 megs). Here I thought it might be something
>important, but what was it? An animation. Here's some advice, if you
>want to make your emails more exciting, make a cool sig file...
>don't waste everyone's bandwidth with gif animations, ok?
>At least not people like me who don't have a T1 and unlimited net
> email@example.com | ICQ: 5113616
>Digital Fusion: http://www.darknet.net/fusion
I agree. I run an ordinary email package (Eudora lite) that lets me read
My KeelyNet Digest takes ages to download and I end up with over a hundred
pages. 97% gobbledegook (coded pics I assume) and 3% readable content. Why
burden others with huge amounts of junk they can't read or see!!