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Subject: Re: UKNM: holiday spam
From: Paul Gill
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 19:19:13 +0100

>> For those of you planning a holiday, check out the Virgin Net resort
>> It is powered by OAG, the travel industry bible that reveals the truth
>> most resorts.
>> http://www.virgin.net/travel/resortfinder/index.html

>thanks for that, Alex. Perhaps we can use as the starting point for a
>discussion about how one works out what fora are appropriate for spam?

Forums, Stef. It's fourth declension. </pedant>

Anyway, Sam thought it fine for the list?

[Sam says: marginal call on that one...partly because if someone is brave
enough to launch a site to this forum, any faults in it are going to be
probed in public. That's not an encouragement for a bombardment of site
launches tho']

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