Am I the only one that agonizes over subject line wording and content long after having finished writing the e-mail itself?
Especially when you're sending to a diverse group of recipients. You've got to make sure that everyone grasps the gist of the mail no matter their perspective or role.
On a related note, I've seen some just blindingly awful post titles in Seekers of Perl Wisdom. I'm thinking that writing those uses a similar set of rules =P
Composing good subject lines is an art, imo.
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