> Actually, for all the "paranoid goofs" out there, once you send an
> e-mail, there is a copy of it on EVERY e-mail server it passes through.
> That is how Mr. Gates was nailed in the anti-trust trial. Well, before
> the US Justice Department sold out, anyway. It isn't just "Once on
> the web, always on the web." There is always an electronic trail,
> always has been, always will be. But I think the resistance to Google
> Groups is that there are people who do not want to deal with a web
> interface, or who are not sure how this will impact something they have
> become comfortable with, in the guise of this list. I think it is more
> a resistance to change, and not just this change. Besides, Google is
> good. It's not a pod. Go ahead, Jimmy, take one...Oh wait, wrong list.
> Samual Acorn wrote:
> >for all you paranoid goofs out there heres a bit more info on the
> >supposed evil that is google.... each time a message is sent through
> >this list; guess what... its stored in my -gmail- account...
More for the paranoid:
As usual it does no good to be paranoid; they *are* out to get us, resistance is futile, yada yada yada, just make the best of it. The world has been going to hell in a handbasket since long before any of us was born, and yet life goes on. This move to Google Groups is pretty much a non-event and if you feel very strongly about it you probably need to get out more.