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Subject: Re: UKNM: Any I-Marketing historians out there?
From: Jim Sterne
Date: Wed, 27 Jan 1999 10:45:48 GMT

At 03:25 PM 1/25/99 , Steve Bowbrick wrote:

>3. Glenn Fleischmann's Internet-Marketing listserv. Cited here during the
>great 'should Sam Michel make a living from doing this' debate. There is no
>way that I will recall the lifespan of that list (Jim Sterne! Help me
>here...) but I seem to remember writing about it for 3W Magazine in early
>94? Vital groundwork was done on that list and at the meetings it spawned.


At 03:50 PM 1/25/99 , Steve Bowbrick wrote:

>Also, I just remembered that the last time he was over, Jim Sterne said
>that one of his first paid-for Internet Marketing assignments was to - and
>I quote - "design an FTP site"... (sorry to give away your age, Jim).

Oh what the hell, let's go for broke - before that, I was
actually paid money to help people design brochures, direct
mail pieces and presentations where the newest discovery was
that an overhead foil could go through a copy machine.

Ahh, the smell of mimeograph fluid in the morning...

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