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Subject: Re: UKNM: More webwashing
From: jim smith
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 09:53:04 +0100

At 4:37 pm +0100 on 18/5/99 Ray said:
>jim smith <jimatflenser [dot] co [dot] uk> said:
>>>>i think, however, you are missing the point of the argument
>(understandably, given your position). no-one is arguing for less marketing
>on the web (except for stef). the point about ad banners is that they are a
>dead-end solution: they have failed to mesh with their medium in the way
>that your other examples have succeeded to do.<<<
>"Mesh with their medium." I can't say you're wrong, Jim, because you are
>talking netty gobbledegook.

i thought i was talking media-studies/marketing bullshit. it gets quite
muffled up my arse so i must have misheard.

>But equally there are plenty of print, broadcast and ambient campaigns

ambient campaigns? to continue your ad hominem:

>Speak English, man!

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