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I May Not LIKE UNSOLICITED EMail
But I'll defend to the death someone else's right to send it!

This document was created in 1995. Having had the experience of trashing 200 or more such emails a day, for a couple of years ... I don't know if my attitude is the same ô¿~

So here it is ... 2003. I know my attitude isn't the same. The facts of internet communication are TOTALLY DIFFERENT than anything I ever truthfully conceived. I remember the "excitement" of 1995. Getting 5 "hits" was a thrill when SoCô¿ôL began it's publishing career. Good principle could have led, did lead to one correct conclusion, one shouldn't adopt an unsolicited email strategy, BUT, I certainly failed to perceive the end result of duplication of negatives by "machine." I currently open my email each morning to 300 or so unsolicited emails. I "wash" those emails searching for the morsels that come from "friends" whose email address I recognize and want to "accept." Throughout the day I receive 100's more and occasional morsels from "friends." I don't read many of the "subjects" of these emails although it's impossible to avoid not seeing "some" of them. The jokes that result are many but I can't help but wonder the significance of daily receiving and blocking out 100's of "messages."

We Can't Let These Yo-Yo's
Take Over The INTERNET
SoCô¿ôL Yo-Yos

Internet Sales Discussion List
Direct E-Mail Marketing Association
The Original SoCô¿ôL Comments On Unsolicited EMail
Documentation of Current EMail Controversy
Text of Alice's Restaurant Massacree
I Don't Want To Hear It !!!
To Join "We Can't Let These Yo-Yo's Control The INTERNET Massacree Movement"
"SoCô¿ôL" Certificate of Appreciation

Here's Another Point of View


And a logo to post on your Web Site if you don't want to receive ANY ***** UNSOLICITED MAIL *****

Day 180 sumthin

Putting Junk Mail In Its Place

Including references to:

Some things touch everyone


It took about 72 hours for the Internet to print accident photos of Princess Diana.

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