(Change the, er, fine
title), Not to be to blunt,
but I try to do this with all my posts, I pick a title for it that is relavent
to what I'm saying inside the post.
I like some of the other ideas to help out, and I realize also that alot
of people don't change the title themselves, from laziness or forgetfullness
(a few of my posts slip out with me forgetting to change the title).
As a final note, one can remove the RE: clutter by simply not
providing a default title for a post, and also not allowing a blank
title. This, combined with id number referencing, and some other other
mentioned ideas, should be a simple and effective solution for 95% of the
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