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I-D ACTION:draft-ietf-run-adverts-00.txt

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  • From: John Martin < >
  • Date: Wed, 11 Mar 1998 22:22:56 +0100

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>This draft is a work item of the Responsible Use of the Network Working Group
>of the IETF.
>	Title		: $$$$$  MAKE ENEMIES FAST  $$$$$
>                               or
>                          How to Advertise Responsibly Using the Internet
>	Author(s)	: D. Eastlake, S. Hambridge
>	Filename	: draft-ietf-run-adverts-00.txt
>	Pages		: 10
>	Date		: 10-Mar-98
>   Contrary to popular belief, the Internet did not spring
>   fully-clothed from Zeus's head, but it did grow like kudzu.  This
>   growth engendered a large new user population some of whom are
>   more than willing to use the Internet in ways for which it was
>   never intended.  This seems to be especially true about people
>   who are new to the Internet and see it as the perfect advertising
>   vehicle.  Those people are sure to ''make enemies fast'' by sending
>   mass unsolicited mailing or posting advertisements heedlessly
>   to news groups.  This document gives some guidelines and advice
>   about how to advertise responsibly using the Internet.
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