From: Ian Andrew Bell (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 10 2001 - 20:58:26 PDT
The first sentence:
≥ I am a contract web programmer and have done work for many web
design companies and ad agencies≤
...should be translated to:
≥ I am an agent for an off-shore sweatshop of underpaid and impover-
ished webmonkeys who do work for fly-by-nite straight-to-OTCBB
-Ian. (meme decoder)
On 5/9/01 7:37 PM, "info" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I recvd this unsolicted email from a "James Clarke" offering his expert
> services for web programming.
> He looked up my email address through the whois services of domains I have
> I did a quick search on google for his name
> "James Clarke" +cgi +programming -david
> and I found a whole bunch of people complaining about his spamming activities.
> Seems he's been up to this shameless self promotion for many years now.
> He charges $25 / hour, which any educated business person knows is the bottom
> of the pile in terms of talent. You get what you pay for, so be careful.
> Another queer thing, in his email he does not list any websites as references
> of his EXPERT work.
> What are you trying to hide James?
> Ah email... Isn't it a great way to ruin your career?
> From James Clarke:
> I am a contract web programmer and have done work for many web
> design companies and ad agencies. I specialize in both
> CGI/Perl and ASP programming on Unix and NT platforms and
> have worked on quite a few web projects including:
> - database and site wide search engines
> - web database systems
> - e-commerce / web based shopping cart systems
> - interactive threaded discussion forums
> - realtime web chats
> - web based surveys, polls and quizzes
> - web form handlers with email auto-responders
> I quote by the project and will gladly provide pricing estimates
> upon request. Projects are completed within business time and
> come with my install and update support. Should you have the need
> for my services either now or in the future, please don't hesitate
> to contact me.
> James Clarke
> "I may not know it all, but I know web programming."
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