File spoon-archives/bourdieu.archive/bourdieu_2004/bourdieu.0411, message 22

Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2004 10:10:41 +0200
Subject: Re: [BOU:] Home of Bourdieu


I think the reservations about Yahoo have to do with advertising and the
occasional infiltration of its lists by spammers.  I'm on a couple of Yahoo
lists and this can be annoying to the point of unsubscribing.  Having said
that, I can't suggest any alternative other than using a university server.


On 11/30/04 9:16 AM, "Jon Beasley-Murray" <> wrote:

> On 29-Nov-04, at 7:23 PM, el don wrote:
>> yahoo groups seem to be run quite well, i mean, they can be run
>> easily by anyone. i set up a list very easily - although it doesn't
>> have much traffic. another list i co-moderate on yahoo has functioned
>> very ably for the last few years. we moderate new members' posts, and
>> vet new members to try to avoid getting spammed. seems to work OK.
> Some people seem to have strong feelings against yahoo.  (I have no
> real opinion, as I've never been on one of their lists.)
>> alexanne don
> Take care
> Jon

Dr. Geoff Stahl, Post-Doctoral Fellow
Institut für Europäische Ethnologie
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
>From Sept-Dec 2004:
Renvall Institute & Department of Semiotics
University of Helsinki
Phone: +358 (50) 3518206



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