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Subject:Re: Use of Periods in Phone Numbers? From:Kris Olberg <kjolberg -at- IX -dot- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 25 Sep 1996 11:46:55 -0700
At 01:08 PM 9/25/96 -0500, you wrote:
> We have to take risks and do some experimentation somewhere. Newsletters
>are a great medium for that because they're so quick and easy to produce
>(relative to magazines and manuals). You can afford to try something new and
>see what the reaction is because the risk is so low. It's the lowest I can
I don't disagree entirely, but a phone number can be a company's only
connection to the rest of the world. I would experiment with other elements
but not take the risk with a phone number.
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