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Re: [wg-c] breaking up (names) is hard to do
At 12:01 PM 8/23/99 , Mark C. Langston wrote:
>On 23 August 1999, Dave Crocker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >The answer, of course, is yes. In particular, for-profit companies use
> >whatever leverage they have over their customers.
>But one could easily imagine policies that would prevent the registry
>from implementing this kind fo gouging.
One can easily imagine world peace.
The difficulty is in the achievement not the imagination.
> >>non-forwardable e-mail addresses on their *business* cards, they should
> >>know better, and I have no sympathy for them. Personal e-mail addresses
> >One hopes that such a cavalier and simplistic attitude is not prevalent.
>I note you cut of the important bit, which was that someone was using
>their PERSONAL email address on their BUSINESS cards.
Oh. You are so right. Inconvenience to PERSONAL users won't have any
meaningful impact on *AOL's* business, will it?
Dave Crocker Tel: +1 408 246 8253
Brandenburg Consulting Fax: +1 408 273 6464
675 Spruce Drive <http://www.brandenburg.com>
Sunnyvale, CA 94086 USA <mailto:email@example.com>