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Re: [ossig] Some Linux spam...



would appreciate if someone can register me ...kinda expensive to call 
from Bangkok

On Jun 22, 2004, at 09:52, Seah Hong Yee wrote:

> Guys,
>
> I called, and it is next thursday, it is supposedly free and you need 
> to
> register....
>
> so who we have here?
>
> 1. Myself
> 2. Dinesh
> 3. Ow Mun Heng
>
> Come-on, we need more......
>
>
> On Monday 21 June 2004 1:57 pm, Colin Charles wrote:
>> So, some Linux spam made it into my inbox
>>
>> Seems Help Institute is running a programme from 8.30am -> 12.30pm on
>> the 1st of July at their auditorium, in Pusat Damansara. Topics are:
>>
>> 1.            Linux is cheap �� Or is it?
>> 2.            Linux is not prone to virus attacks �� Or is it?
>> 3.            Linux is More Secure �� Or is it?
>> 4.            Linux is More Reliable �� Or is it?
>> 5.            Linux has better performance �� Or does it?
>>
>> ��..Are the Above True?
>> ��..Are there things they didn�� tell me?
>> ��..Are there dangers and pitfalls I should watch out for?
>>
>> Target audience is IT Managers, CIOs, CTOs, Sysadmins, Developers, IT
>> Professionals
>>
>> Harass a Nales at 03-7877-0877
>> Seems to be sponsored by Microsoft (ironic, a Linux mailer goes out, 
>> and
>> I see a MS logo)
>>
>> If this is one of those shitty MS events, I'd encourage you to go, and
>> give folks a tough time. Possibly
>> http://www.bytebot.net/blog/archives/2004/06/19/switch might be some
>> useful reading
>>
>> On other notes, why did I end up on delteq.biz's spam lists? Grr...
>
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