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Re: New? LIT site.
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- Subject: Re: New? LIT site.
- From: email@example.com (Zenon Kulpa)
- Date: Thu, 11 Jul 96 17:47:54 +0200
> From firstname.lastname@example.org Thu Jul 11 17:20:31 1996
> At 4:52 PM 7/11/96, Zenon Kulpa wrote:
> >> From email@example.com Thu Jul 11 16:25:28 1996
> >> Ah, Kev. Zenon is in Poland. You can probably hire a researcher in his
> >> center for a year for $20.
> >> ;)
> >Not be too excited, Kevin...
> >Actually, I would ask for much more ;-)))
> Oh, a senior reseach person like yourself?
> I think LIT would spring for at least $45!
Ehem, try again...
Actually I am making ten times this a month (really... ;-))
> >> Actually I like the idea of adds.
> >> Besides the money aspect, it gives us a
> >> more succesful and profesional image. No one sponcers or advertises on
> >> fools pages. So if we can get a couple sponcership icons from credible
> >> groups (aerospace or space related especially) it would give us more
> >> credibility. Not critical, but a plus.
> >Yes, I think it is possibly true -
> >if the ads were from the credible groups.
> We definatly would have to be a bit carefull about that and groups we post
> links to. No serious flakes like the Artemis society or something.
Have you some more data/opinion on them?
I would appreciate more info.
I have stumbled at their Web pages recently
and it looked quite interesting, though I have not
studied them carefully.