rex!jazzie.com!sds (Sean Shapira) writes:
> Neil seems to have missed Greg's point: many (probably
> most) list managers are acting as public servants, not
> His analogy to magazine editors is poor; city workers who
> sweep streets seems much closer. It is as if Neil were
> suggesting street sweepers could be financed by advertisers
> paying them to scatter leaflets on the street, instead of
> sweeping them into the trash where they belong.
> I for one commend Greg on his use of the term bribe....
Like I just wrote to Keith, what happens to your public service when someone
opens up a competing list that includes advertising? Do you just shut down
your list and go your merry way?
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