Please note the following updates regarding the ARSCList Archives: 1) Searching ARSClist Archives The complete ARSClist archives (1999-2004) on the CoOL website is now searchable at http://palimpsest.stanford.edu/byform/mailing-lists/arsclist/. We hope this makes it easier to search the ARSClist for past posts on relevant topics. The archives are also indexed in Google (add the word ARSClist to limit your query to ARSClist posts) or you can search the last year at the Library of Congress at http://listserv.loc.gov/listarch/arsclist.html. 2) New anti-spam features in ARSClist archive The official archives of ARSClist is on CoOL, which is accessible to the public. Unfortunately, spammers use archives of mailing lists like the ARSClist to harvest email addresses. In the interests in protecting ARSClist subscribers from spam, the administrators of CoOL have made some changes and all email addresses have been obscured to prevent the harvesting of email addresses by robots. This has obvious benefits, but it also means that you cannot reply to the author of a post in the archives and it is sometimes more difficult to know who sent the post without the complete email address. In light of this, it becomes more important to clearly identify yourself in posts you make, by using your first and last name and your institutional/company affiliation (if you have one) in the body of the email, so users of the archive will know who made the post.