Like you, I have been particularly struck and moved by the devastation and horrible aftermath of the 8.9 earthquake, subsequent tsunami, and nuclear threat in Japan.
Throughout the day I pondered how appropriate it would be to send out the Cybersalt Digest in light of the magnitude of the suffering so grippingly relayed by video on the news. I soon decided that taking a day off in observation and respect to those who have been hit with so much would be the right thing to do.
I have figured out the newsletter viewing problem being reported by some centurytel.net users.
The problem: Some people who have subscribed to the Cybersalt Digest Newsletter have reported that the newsletter has been arriving with the correct subject but the body has been empty.
The Figuring: After sending out a special mailing to all subscribers using a centurytel.net address to try to figure out how widespread the problem is, one of those users (thanks W. Charles!) replied with the following information:
Actually, it was interesting that some recipients of the error message realized there was a glitch somewhere while others e-mailed me ready for therapy because a computer had told them they had been bad.
In reality, if you unsubscribe from my newsletter system your address is added to a blacklist - a list of addresses not to be e-mailed. Of course, unsubscribing from my newsletters does not make you a bad person. It just means you aren't going to Heaven when you die. Honest, a little bird told me!
Speaking of not believing little birds, I think you'll enjoy the newest video in the FunBlog "Liar Bird" is an amazing video that reminds us that you should not believe everything you hear and that God had a great time creating stuff in the beginning. I hope you will watch this video because if you don't you might get blacklisted.
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