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Subject: Re: UKNM: Viral Marketing raises its ulgy head (again)
From: Chris Heathcote
Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2000 17:03:40 GMT

on 19/12/00 1:32 pm, Chris Thomas wrote:

> After due care and consideration, I've decided to ignore all the
> stuff I didn't like, and just please myself and my own sense of humor.

Right. Why not think about your target audience - computer users, hackers
and programmers.

Quick visit-to-the-bog idea:
Make up reference cards for a variety of OSes, programs, and programming
languages. Put them in PDF format, suitable for printing onto A4. Include a
subtle logo and URL.

OK, it's more inital work - you'll have to get someone to write it, but not
only do you have something truly useful to people, they'll be looking at it
everyday. And other people will want it. Long term, no expiry date.

(reference card idea heinously stolen from http://www.refcards.com/ - pick
subjects they don't cover - I can see a big potential for Photoshop and Mac

This is a free Clue. Don't use it all at once.

> *this is a lie
> **this is also a lie

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