Ditto to that!
Guy Allen Brady wrote:
> My only and final comment on this crapola:
> Using bad analogies and emotional pleas will do absolutely nothing to
> pursuade those of us who are in a highly technical field to change the way
> we work or the tools we work with. We geeks require data - tests -
> reliable studies, a.k.a proof. Your senseless diatribes remind me more of
> late night infomercials and junk "get rich quick" emails. A lot of
> melodramatic talk, but no substance, no evidence, no data, no proof.
> Yes, we all know where you stand and I, for one, am tired of hearing about
> it. Until you show me some fire, you're just blowing smoke my way.
> > From: aaroflex
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: Monopoly?
> > Date: Thursday, February 26, 1998 8:49AM
> > February 24, 1998
> > Is a monopoly good for you?
> > Do you remember when AT&T held a monopoly on the telephone industry?
> > You either did it their way, or no way at all. Once the monopoly was
> > broken up, rates began to fall and technology rapidly advanced for the
> > benefit of the users. During this time many new fortunes were made
> > within this industry. The industry providers became customer oriented
> > and AT&T began to say "Thank you for using AT&T."
> > Do you remember the tag lines on parts before the AOM was incorporated
> > into the stereolithography process? Do you remember the old dip and
> > dunk with the doctor blade before positive flow application from above
> > was introduced into stereolithography? You may be surprised that both
> > of these advancements were first introduced on the Solid Imager(TM) and
> > then adapted by others in the industry. Many other advancements in the
> > industry were first featured on the Solid Imager(TM); however, the
> > credit for these accomplishments has been suppressed by competition
> > desiring to monopolize the market for only their benefit.
> > Isn't it true that a users group is to advance the technology and to
> > provide a superior product and service to the users? The industry
> > should be opened up to all providers for the benefit and advancement of
> > the total industry. Do you wish to have a choice or do you wish to be
> > dictated to by a monopoly?
> > I know where I stand.
> > Albert C. Young, Jr., P.E.
> > CEO, AAROFLEX, Inc.
> G. Allen Brady -- Graduate Research Assistant
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Regards, Joe DeGuglielmo
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