> I suppose it never occurred to you that maybe you knew someone in
> Microsoft who could figure out why Karan (or whoever else) screwed up
> this and to make sure that the same thing didn't happen again. I mean,
> that would have had a better chance at achieving the desired effect
> (getting credited in the future) than spraying bits on some
> mailing list that Karan or his managers will probably never ever read.
I'm glad they won't ever read this list and yes I did... I called Paul
Leach and expressed disappointment. M$ did promise to acknowledge us
but then again it's all about keeping one's word.
> - Joe
> PS. If my posts this evening seem grouchier than usual, it's probably
> because my sinuses feel like they have an ice pick stuck in them.
No big deal. Are we still on for the 17th???
> Joseph S. Barrera III (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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