Popular Science article

From: Wayne M. Smith <wmsmith_at_earthlink.net>
Date: Wed Oct 22 00:50:08 2003

> On 22 Oct 2003, R. D. Davis wrote:
> > Such activities as the aforementioned are certainly far more noble
> > than just getting PCs from 1997 or so upgraded with new hardware so
> > that they can run new software.
> It's just the way journalism works these days. Quick sound
> bytes and articles of little substance that just point and
> say, "Look at how abnormal this is" are the order of the day.
> Truth be told, I don't even remember being interviewed for
> that article, though it certainly seems like I was.
> At any rate, the positive aspect is that if the article does
> reach folks who share the passion but are not privvy to the
> Festival or the CC list, then now they know, and they can find us.
> --
> Sellam Ismail Vintage
> Computer Festival

Warts and all, it's about as good as could be expected. As Sellam
implies, all publicity is good publicity, unless it's news of your
untimely passing.
Received on Wed Oct 22 2003 - 00:50:08 BST

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