Re: Help! R U There?. Effective E-mail in the 21st Century September 6, 2006 * Kerry F. Cantwell [email protected] Effective E-mail. The Goal The Reality The Problem Likely Causes Possible Solutions. Computer Weekly estimates that, last year, 36 BILLION e-mails were sent
Forum: Week One: Icebreaker
Date: 08-18-2006 17:59
Author: Student ************@yahoo.com
Subject feel real outcasted
Wooow, i never knew that yall was gone sit here and communicate wit each other the way yall is, now i feel left out fo real, so i\'m sayin if anyone wants to ask aj anything yall is more than welcome too..that especially means u jessey wessey ;-)
lol but fo real ok i\'ma give yall a lil bit more about me cuse i know the first one was a lil bit brief, my bday is june 17th, my hobbies is hangin out wit folks and talkin to ppl (dependin on who u are), i aint got a major yet cuse i\'m an real indecisive person (which i\'m workin on) but i do wanna own my own business one day and um i\'ve been growin my hair for 9 years and such, and my ethnicity is cherokee, blackhawk, and black, and um in case ya aint kno i\'m the guy that came in late wit the locks and glasses.
i think thas about enough for right now..
holla @ m
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From: [email protected]
Date: Tuesday - September 5, 2006 7:08 PM
Subject: OLC student enrollment request
Per her request attached here, please enroll Lucy Jones in the Online Writing Center. She is a student in my English 111 course this semester.
Thanks for your help. Let me know if you have any questions.
Kerry F. Cantwell
English Instructor--Arts, Sciences, and University Transfer
Durham Technical Community College
1637 Lawson Street
Durham, NC 27703
You MUST include your name, your course (Eng 112), and your section number (190) in all e-mails you send to me. I have gotten too many e-mail messages from people who don\'t identify themselves or who ask me an assignment question without identifying what class they are taking. Save me the headache of having to look up each and every one of you when you e-mail me. Thanks so much!
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