jeff at scaparra.com
Thu Sep 20 08:46:30 CDT 2012
Out of curiousity what email client are you using? I know even a lot of the
terminal based linux email clients can deal with HTML if you pass them the
right config. Maybe there is something we can do to help you see the
messages in a more human readable format.
On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 9:01 AM, Alberto di Bene <dibene at usa.net> wrote:
> An example of when HTML is absolutely needed....
> A couple of evening ago I was able to receive the Japanese standard
> station JJY
> at 40kHz with just a random piece of wire and the Perseus receiver.
> This is a screen grab of the reception :
> [image: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/15089947/JJY.gif]
> The morning after conditions were still better, and this is how the signal
> did look,
> now the single 1 second pulses are visible :
> [image: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/15089947/jjy40.gif]
> Could I have sent a plain text message with attachments ? Yes, but this
> would have
> been less effective as a mean of communication, where embedding the images
> just in the point of the message where they are referred to, is much more
> and effective than using formats dating back to the prehistory of the
> Computer Science.
> 73 Alberto I2PHD
> P.S. Those reading this message in a digest form should have no problems,
> Thunderbird allows to send messages both in HTML and plain text,
> If everybody used this simple trick, there would be less complaints, I
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