We read EACH AND EVERY message sent to the show, but may not always be able to respond to all of them.
Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012
We've all done it, sometimes on purpose… sometimes by accident and you know how it turns out… you get the inevitable…"WILL EVERYONE STOP HITTING REPLY TO ALL!!"
Max Wiseltier, a sophomore at New York University, was simply trying to forward an email from the Bursar's Office to his mother on Monday. Instead, Wiseltier accidentally hit "reply to all," cc'ing 39,979 of his fellow NYU students in the process.
Wiseltier, realizing what he had done, fired off a quick apology. But his email "triggered a rare, University-wide revelation," Kelly Weill, who writes for the school paper, said:"We simultaneously realized that any message, complaint, whim, link, video, or GIF could be sent to nearly 40,000 people in an instant." And voila the "Replyallcalypse" was born!