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To: cabal-l@windows-refund.org, nylug-talk@electriclichen.com, 
chris@sparkpr.com, donna@sparkpr.com 
Subject: [nylug-talk] New York Windows Refund Day media coverage 
From: Jim Gleason <jgleason@electriclichen.com> 
Date: Fri, 12 Feb 1999 12:31:50 -0800 
Sender: owner-nylug-talk@electriclichen.com 

in the Village Voice:

http://www.villagevoice.com/columns/9906/barliant.shtml

- Jim

Electric Lichen L.L.C.----------------------------------------------------
phone: 718-858-4349			fax:   718-858-4242
2124 Broadway, Suite 374		email: jgleason@electriclichen.com
New York, NY 10023			http://electriclichen.com
					http://www.nylug.org

To: nylug-talk@electriclichen.com 
Subject: Re: [nylug-talk] New York Windows Refund Day media coverage 
From: "Jason Perlow" < perlow@hotmail.com> 
Date: Fri, 12 Feb 1999 10:27:44 PST 
Sender: owner-nylug-talk@electriclichen.com 


Yup. Very unbiased and to the point. I personally try to be as informed 
and unbiased as possible when I write a story or do a review. Its always 
the best policy.

Jason Perlow
Contributing Editor
Sm@art Reseller
www.smartreseller.com

> 
> http://www.villagevoice.com/columns/9906/barliant.shtml
> 
> - Jim

This is a superb example of reporting as reporting should be, but so
often, disappointingly, is not.  It is:

Clear, insightful, exactly of my opinion, and I am praised just this 
side
of fulsome.

oo--JS.




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