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2001\06\28@064637 by lester

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visit us at http://www.crownhill.co.uk
http://www.crownhill.co.uk/msg1.htm

Crownhill Associates Limited
32 Broad Street
Ely Cambridge
CB7 4AH
Tel: +44 (0) 1353 666709
Fax: +44 (0) 1353 666710
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http://www.crownhill.co.uk
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2001\06\28@071000 by Kevin Blain

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why should I?
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From: "Lester Wilson" <.....lesterKILLspamspam@spam@CAMBS.NET>
To: <PICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU>
Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2001 11:46 AM
Subject: visit us at http://www.crownhill.co.uk


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2001\06\28@072641 by D Lloyd

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"Spamderella......Spam it up for me one more time."

Doubt I will put any business their way, now, that's for sure.




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2001\06\28@093904 by mike

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I don't regard short ads for companies providing products or services
which are likely to be of interest to piclist members as a problem,
quite to the contrary in fact. Some people seem to have a ludicrously
nonlinear attitude to such things. Get over it. People overreacting to
commercial postings usually generate far more nuisance traffic than
the initial postings.
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2001\06\28@105229 by Dan Michaels

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At 02:38 PM 6/28/01 +0100, you wrote:
>I don't regard short ads for companies providing products or services
>which are likely to be of interest to piclist members as a problem,
>quite to the contrary in fact.
.......


You might think that, as long as they are going to go to the
trouble to do it all, they would at least put a "carrot" in
the ad - "... we sell nylon hose for cows ...." or whatever.
Otherwise, it's basically here we are come and get us.
That's really hot.

Comments: To: everyoneEraseMEspam.....theworld.com   <-- this is not.

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2001\06\28@110025 by M. Adam Davis

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It is a problem when they don't follow list rules, such as properly
tagging their posts.

Spam is generally defined as Unsolicited Bulk Email.  In this case one
could argue that the PicList only allows (never solicits) ad-based email
if and only if it is tagged with [AD]:.  One could then argue that since
it was sent to a list, it was bulk, but also that since they didn't take
the time to find out how to post to the list then they are simply using
it as their personal mailing list, and it is the same as if they mined
the email addresses from the list and then sent it to each member.

But it is on the edge.  The piclist allows ads, and they did sign up,
the only thing they didn't do was tag their post, which many other
people have done on the list in the past.

-Adam

Mike Harrison wrote:

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2001\06\29@072322 by btbromilow

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On Thu, 28 Jun 2001, Mike Harrison wrote:
> I don't regard short ads for companies providing products or services
> which are likely to be of interest to piclist members as a problem,
> quite to the contrary in fact. Some people seem to have a ludicrously
> nonlinear attitude to such things. Get over it. People overreacting to
> commercial postings usually generate far more nuisance traffic than
> the initial postings.

Although it is clearly an advert, it is definately not [OT]......
Additionally, it took me ages to find Crownhill. Before then I'd been buying
PICs from Maplin for twice as much. In my experience they also have very good
service with a quick delivery time. I'm not an employee, just v.satisfied. A
16F84 for 2 quid has to be good!

Ben

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