[FRIAM] Archiving Friam conversations as editable text.

Marcus Daniels marcus at snoutfarm.com
Mon Jun 4 14:42:35 EDT 2018

You should really hold on to it.   Any random thing that hasn't been indexed to death may be worth some money one day.   And why not lord over out-of-context quotes on people from time to time?

On 6/4/18, 12:40 PM, "uǝlƃ ☣" <gepropella at gmail.com> wrote:

    Of course.  It'll take the exact same plain text format of the file on the Peirce conversation I sent you awhile back.  You sent a response about your tools thinking it was some weird format ("djvu"?).  I responded that it was merely a plain text file, but never heard back from you.
    Anyway, I've saved everything (I think) FriAM has sent me since mid-Feb 2008.  Mind you, the list seems to be a bit fickle, which is why I created 2 accounts and noticed the archive going down.  One address would receive posts that the other didn't.  Other people would not have seen posts I quoted from.  Etc.  So, it's easy to assert that my archive will be incomplete.  But I'm happy to upload it somewhere if you have a use for it.
    I used to take pride in retaining a copy of every e-mail I'd received since 1995 or so.  Learning that only Bad Actors like Cambridge Analytica and Paladin care about such things has shamed me into deleting e-mail willy nilly.
    On 06/04/2018 11:23 AM, Nick Thompson wrote:
    > "I have my own archive, of course. ..."
    > Um.  Really?  I am up to my neck in houseguests at the moment, but could one, in principle, get into it?  
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