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Adv? [message #280078] Mon, 30 December 1985 16:27
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[b]Originally posted by:[/b] [email=D-ROGERS@EDWARDS-2060.ARPA]D-ROGERS[/email]
Article-I.D.: ucbvax.8512302231.AA18487
Posted: Mon Dec 30 16:27:53 1985
Date-Received: Tue, 31-Dec-85 03:55:15 EST
Sender: daemon@ucbvax.BERKELEY.EDU
Organization: The ARPA Internet
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Please forgive my putting this out for general distr., but i couldn't find
a way to send a direct msg.
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	id AA18253; Fri, 27 Dec 85 19:44:19 PST
Date: 26 Dec 85 20:00:51 GMT
From: sdcsvax!sdcc3!sdcc12!ml29@ucbvax.berkeley.edu  (ml29)
Organization: U.C. San Diego, Academic Computer Center
Subject: Re : Atari ST graphics term emulation.
Message-Id: <496@sdcc12.UUCP>
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What's wrong with advertise the information about the program on the ne?
If somebody like me want that kind of program badly, he probably need
that right away and save time to seek information.  Nobody will blame
the author because he advertise some product on the net which cannot
easily be found everywhere else.
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FLAME ON****
What's wrong is that usenet is connected to MILNET and the rules of the latter
are such that advertising is VERBOTTEN!
FLAME OFF###
For myself, i wouldn't care either way.  But, i would definitely hate to see
the service go away, especially over something that simple.		der
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