Sunday, September 10, 2017

Without Public Comment, Readers Begin Signing Up for Private
'SLI News Group'

You have heard it said that people are voting with their feet, or voting with their wallet or purse, but I think this just might be a first--people are voting with their email addresses. While they're at it, they are including a few words of thanks for the efforts being made on their behalf.

"I'm not sure exactly what I expected out of that unusual article," said Blog Publisher Greg Franklin, "Nevertheless, I have to admit I was a little surprised to begin receiving 'confidential' email addresses instead of a discussion or request for vote. I'm very pleased it turned out in such a non-controversial way which appears to be serving the greatest number of people without interfering with other people's reading experiences with the Blog."

The Blog has returned back to the basic format of being promotional in nature, dwelling on the best of the Silver Lake Institute's finest qualities, activities, and services. Any news happenings that do not meet the standards of promotional will be provided by email to those who become members of the SLI News Group. Being a part of the SLI News Group is easy. Simply send your confidential email address to and you will be sent news involving SLI by way of "blind copied" ("bcc") email which means no one gets to see your address except the Editor.

Here's exactly how to do it:
Those wanting to be on the SLI News Email List, should 
(1) address it to: and 
(2) Type in the Subject Line: SLI News.
(3) Type in the Message Box: "My Personal-Confidential Email address is:"
or (4) Type in the Message Box: "Share my Email with Everyone else; my email address is:"

No comments:

Post a Comment

Respectful language, as used in polite company, should also be used here in the Blog's Comment Section. Comments which do not meet this very basic standard will be removed.