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Subject: Re: [uk-netmarketing] fall of the dotcoms?
From: Lois Grayson
Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 11:13:44 -0000

I was really bothered by this post last night and resolved to respond by
posting a request that we all think v carefully before getting involved It
was brilliant to find so much sense and consistency in our community in this

This is just what we DON'T need Kevin - another thinly disguised attempt to
ridicule the industry we're trying to build - a programme which no doubt in
the interests of *balanced* journalism will look to the future as well as
pick over the hard-learnt lessons of the recent past, yeah I bet.

Your knowledge of this field is probably limited to what you've seen and
heard through the old media - no wonder you think we're that stupid we'd
jump at the chance to help people like you strangle us further.


----- Original Message -----
From: Kevin <Kevinatillumina [dot] co [dot] uk>
To: uk-netmarketing from chinwag <uk-netmarketingatlists [dot] chinwag [dot] com>
Sent: Monday, January 29, 2001 10:23 AM
Subject: [uk-netmarketing] fall of the dotcoms?

> Have you worked for a dotcom in the past two years? If so we're looking to
> see how the experience affected you.
> Did you go to work with a dotcom because you were enticed by the idea of
> working in a new sector that appeared exciting and dare we say it sexy.
> you maybe think that you were going to get rich quick?
> We're looking to hear about your experiences for a television programme we
> are making. No television experience is required - it's the stories you
> tell us that we're interested in hearing.
> Were you working for a company who had the plug pulled on them by
> and cut throat Venture Capitalists?
> Were you working for a company that was set up by a group of friends who
> a great idea but unfortunately no business skills whatsoever?
> Were you working for a company that clearly had a ludicrous business plan?
> Did you end up working 20 hour days all for nothing/ or for ungrateful
> CEO's?
> Was it glamorous or was it just a hard slog?
> We're interested in hearing all your stories. Perhaps you're still working
> in the sector and want to give us a balanced account of your experiences,
> that case contact me on kevinatillumina [dot] co [dot] uk.
> Or perhaps you're in a rage at your experiences and want to let the world
> know how angry you really are (we can assure anonymity if this is the
> case...go on get it off your chest!), in this case contact me at
> balderdash59atyahoo [dot] co [dot] uk.

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