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Topic: Why <no subject>?
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Charles Roll

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From: Amador County, California
Registered: 6/8/09
Why <no subject>?
Posted: Aug 5, 2009 12:28 PM
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This numeracy discussion list is awkward and difficult to use. It has the feel of a "list" from the primitive 1980's era of Internet development. Be that as it may, I would like to figure out a way around the situation that a new thread or a reply post may end up listed as "no subject>" and with "numeracy-approval" as the author. That's very unsatisfactory and has to be a cause of the low usage of this forum (or "list").

So I am experimenting with the functionalities that are present here to see if I can control the outcome at all.

So I have used my username for my Math Forum account ('ChuckR'), gone to the Numeracy Discussion, clicked on New Topic, entered a subject and now I am previewing it.

I have previewed it, so I'll preview it again but this time I'll click to submit it. Here goes.

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