• my apologies. seriously.

    05.07.2008 / Miscellaneous

    Oh gracious. I am a loser. It just occurred to me that a spam folder is meant to be checked ohhhh, every so often. And said spam filter has not been checked by said blogger in ohhhhh, never.

    So, to the masses who sent me an email and I never responded, I am SO, SO, SO sorry. I actually do respond to emails. Quite often, actually. So much that I’ve been doing it since 6pm this evening and it’s now four hours later. Not a hard math problem, if you know what I mean.

    Turns out I need this pad from Knock Knock in a manic way.

    If you or someone you know has NOT received an email from me, do me a favor and re-send it to designformankind@gmail.com. I PROMISE I will check my Spam folder from now on. Truly. I’m raising my right hand.


    • Laura

      oh! how funny…this just happened to me, too & i posted about it this morning!

    • JLC Studio

      Lol! You’re too funny…but thanks for taking the time to respond to my email! You’re too awesome at keeping up with things as it is!!

    • Camilla

      I think maybe a message I sent you once ended up missing, but nothing to worry about- i’m sure i’ve deleted messages before that I shouldn’t have.

    • design for mankind.

      Eek! Re-send, Camilla! Please? :)

    • modish

      ack! this ALWAYS happens to me too! There have been advertising requests, submissions, thank yous, nice things I’d like to see in my inbox that I’ve discovered deeply buried in my spam folder months later :( It makes me sad, yet still I just can not remember to check it very often! Why why why? I suppose it’s just daunting thinking about slogging though all that crapola that builds up, but sometimes you do find a gen-u-wine email hiding in there. I always hope people realize that the spam monster is a possibility and don’t think I’m ignoring them on purpose! :( Off to go slogging now…

    • design for mankind.

      EXACTLY, JENA! :)

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