what does 454 mean
It’s a 454 number for the number of people who signed up to our newsletter, and that’s because we only send out the newsletter to 454 people who have opted in.
Of course, those who send us notifications (and others) we already know. In order to ensure that we are not inundated with emails, we have a newsletter spam filter.
So what does 454 mean? The number of people who signed up to our newsletter.
A lot of people have no idea. When we first started building the newsletter, we couldn’t decide whether we wanted to send out emails to all of you who had opted in. We thought we would just send out emails to everyone who had signed up and hope that we were sending to all of you. Turns out that was not the case.
In an email from our CEO, Chris Roberts, we told the story of how we set up a fake newsletter subscription to make our product stand out. When we found out we were being inundated with emails, we decided to delete the rest of the emails, and we just opted to send out a newsletter. And that’s what 454 means.
The point of this is so you can see the emails that were sent out in the past, and to see what we sent out this week, and to see what we sent out last week.
You can email Chris Roberts directly to ask him more about this.
Sure, if you can’t find the email address for him and he doesn’t respond, then email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chris Roberts is the guy who made the game “Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.” We met him in an interview and he told us he was the guy who came up with the idea of making a game that would be more like a movie, and that “It’s more like a movie, but you actually play it. We’re not making a movie.
If you ever wanted to know what “454” stands for, it stands for “454”. What does it stand for? To ask a question. You could write the question and then send a link to Chris. To send the link, you would type in the question and an email address in the “To” field.