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Subject: RE: [uk-netmarketing] Re: fall of the dotcoms?
From: tim parkin
Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 16:15:28 -0000

Well if you knew anything about television you'd know that the programme
idea comes first and then the
research. This guys made his mind up already. Do you really think any of us
going "You are wrong, please give me 15 minutes on your programme" is going
to get us anywhere.

Hmm perhaps not. But then again your opinions are obviously fact, hence this
quote from your website.

"eyeconomy is the longest-established independent online media agency in the
UK and is regarded as the leading UK expert when it comes to interactive

Never heard of you mate..

Oops.. I really shouldn't get hooked by flamebait..


Tim Parkin

-----Original Message-----
From: Ray Taylor [rayateyeconomy [dot] com (mailto:rayateyeconomy [dot] com)]
Sent: 30 January 2001 15:15
To: uk-netmarketing from chinwag
Subject: [uk-netmarketing] Re: fall of the dotcoms?

Lois Grayson <loisgatdialstart [dot] net> said:

> 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
> morning.

Well I for one will distance myself from any such "consistency."


The internet biz in general has no consistent PR output (see my comments in
thread "Crackdown on adoption"). So somebody is making a programme that
_might_ be anti-net? What does everyone say they want to do?? Refuse to have
any input??? So what will that do to the balance of the programme????*!

Are you really being serious? Does the some total of all the smart thinking
from UKNM really add up to nothing more than thrusting the collective head
in the sand and hoping that dotcom woe will go away all of its own accord?

Grow up, people! This is the big, bad, nasty world. If you don't like what
the media says about you, then tell them a better story.

[Sam says: msg chopped]

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