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PROFDHW at aol.com PROFDHW at aol.com
Sat Nov 1 07:51:52 EST 2003


I would have no objection to the kind of advertising David is talking
about 
here. It seems clearly different from a commercial enterprise. I would
much 
rather open an email that said: "I've published a short book you may be 
interested in" than one that says "I'm out of the office, blah, blah
blah." Or, worst 
of all, the dreaded "me too."

Dave Williams
Dean of Science
Valencia Community College
701 N. Econlockhatchee trail
Orlando, FL 32825
407-582-2443
dwilliams at valenciacc.edu

In a message dated 10/28/03 9:38:46 PM, d.a.walker at sheffield.ac.uk writes:

>But authors and independent publishers
>have “to live too” So what if you and I wish to publish something
out of
>the normal run of things? Publishing ‘online’ is not a problem and look
>at what BitPass <http://www.bitpass.com/> has now brought about. But how
>to bring our wares to the attention of  potential readers?  Commercial
>advertising is too costly to contemplate. May we too advertise on
>Plant.Ed . Would anyone object?
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