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Subject:Re: Stefan Olson From:"Eldard, John @ SLG" <JOHN -at- SLC -dot- UNISYSGSG -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 21 Feb 1995 14:50:00 MST
I don't stop the junk mail from coming to my house because I get something
of interest or value to me every once in a while that I didn't solicit. I
feel the same way about this list. I can delete what I don't want to read.
Unisys GSG Salt Lake City Utah
To: Multiple recipients of list TECHWR-L
Subject: Stefan Olson
Date: Tuesday, February 21, 1995 2:46PM
> I want to voice my concern regarding Stefan Olson's posting and its
> general lack of usefulness. He has succeeded in inundating the WinHelp
> Usenet newsgroup with his useless self promotion and it appears that
> he is going to try the same self promoting/knock other
> products/salesman tactics on this forum.
> Does anyone else have any opinions? Should people like this be removed
> from the list?
I don't think he should be removed. We all can delete/ignore his posts if
like. He may be breaking some minor rules by advertising, but me, well, I'm
a firm believer in RoboHelp, and nothing he could say would make me drop it
and get his product.
My views are my own, of course, and are not necessarily those of my
Douglas S. Bailey, Technical Writer
System Software Documentation
Huntsville, AL 35894-0001