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From: cheekypeople at sec33.com (Lee)
Subject: (no subject)

childish if you ask me...
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "roberta bragg" <freouwebbe@....com>
To: <full-disclosure@...ts.netsys.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 10:18 PM
Subject: [Full-Disclosure] (no subject)


>
> Here's an opportunity to be heard by a number of security interested
people,
> many of whom, don't subscribe to this list:
>
>
> Posted on behalf of Keith Ward:
>
>
>
> "Attention all Redmond haters! I'd like to issue a challenge to
>
> readers of this mailing list. I'm the editor of Security Watch, a
>
> newsletter produced by 101communications,
>
> http://www.mcpmag.com/newsletter/. Security Watch contains, among
>
> other items, a weekly commentary by Roberta Bragg. For the upcoming
>
> edition on Monday, I'd like you folks to tell me why you believe
>
> Microsoft just doesn't "get it" when it comes to security. Make
>
> your best pitch, giving specifics on a product or technology that
>
> you think is deserving of scorn; "Microsoft sucks, Bill Gates
>
> sucks, Steve Ballmer sucks" won't make the cut. Make your arguments
>
> sound, your reasoning solid. Please keep your submission between
>
> 300-1,000 words. Essays longer than 1,000 words will not be read.
>
> The following Wednesday, Roberta will give her own answer to the
>
> issue or issues you raise in a special edition of Security Watch.
>
> Oh yeah -- we'll also pay you $50 for your efforts.
>
> This isn't a Microsoft marketing ploy; neither my company nor I has any
> financial relationship with Microsoft. We're an independent media company,
> and my sole purpose in this is to generate healthy debate that will
> hopefully enlighten our readers.
>
> This is your chance to have more than 54,000 subscribers read your
>
> opinions. Tell them what you really think!
>
>
> Please submit your piece to me at keith.ward@...mag.com, and
>
> Roberta at roberta.bragg@...mag.com. Make sure both of us are
>
> recipients. And please do NOT send the essay as an attachment -- 
>
> put it in the body of the e-mail. Also remember to let us know who
>
> you are, where you are and how to get hold of you, including a
>
> daytime phone number. If we can't contact you, we can't run your
>
> letter. Put "Security Watch Essay" in the Subject line, to make
>
> sure I don't delete it as spam.
>
> By submitting your comments, you give 101communications permission to
> publish them in Security Watch, along with your name.
>
>
> Thanks!
>
> Keith
>
> Keith Ward
> Editor, Security Watch"""
>
> _______________________________________________
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