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Re: 10 minute delay considered inconsequential
On Wed, 11 Sep 1996 22:50:22 -0700, Timothy C. May wrote:
>>I've always wondered if the makers of mailer software couldn't include a delay
>>option, so that, say, a message might be held for 10 minutes and then sent.
>>Imagine how many of the "Sorry about x; I meant y" posts we'd never see.
>I expect there would be little effect. I suspect most of us write articles,
>send them out, and only notice the mistakes, typos, whatever when they are
True. I guess what we need is an AI mailer that would do something like
"Message #324 is rather confusing - did you really mean x?". Oh well. . .
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