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Subject:Re: Proper Netiquette From:Sabahat Ashraf <sabahat_ashraf -at- MENTORG -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 11 Feb 1997 15:20:39 EST
On Feb 11, 3:34pm, Accentuated Brandname Creativity, Inc. wrote:
> We are not a close-knit community of long-term colleagues who know each
> other personally, but a collection of casual acquaintances known to
Beg to differ. Expanding on the scenario in Eric's Administrivia, if you stick
around in a collection of your peers/colleagues/professional counterparts, you
become a wee bit more than "casual" acquaintances.