richij (10:28:58 pm): hey, can we talk?Categories: spam.
[redacted] (10:29:10 pm): sure
[redacted] (10:29:16 pm): good afternoon
richij (10:29:24 pm): good evening, from England
richij (10:29:34 pm): The name's Richi
richij (10:29:54 pm): I'm doing research into what happened with OptInSupply.org
richij (10:30:06 pm): wanna talk about it?
[redacted] (10:30:17 pm): whatta u wanna know?
[redacted] (10:30:27 pm): some ***hole called my hoster and had it shut down
richij (10:30:33 pm): yeah so I see
richij (10:30:52 pm): what's your side of the story? I heard the "***hole's" side
[redacted] (10:31:00 pm): first
[redacted] (10:31:06 pm): i've never spammed
[redacted] (10:31:24 pm): and i sell full data optins, which is the only way you can spam legally
richij (10:31:58 pm): by "full data" you mean that you can track back and prove the opt in?
[redacted] (10:33:12 pm): of course
richij (10:33:42 pm): I guess some people just don't like any form of DM
[redacted] (10:34:02 pm): well, that's bull****
[redacted] (10:34:16 pm): i'm servicing a legal industry
richij (10:35:51 pm): so what sort of places do you get the names from?
[redacted] (10:36:12 pm): companies
[redacted] signed off at 10:36:25 pm.
richij (10:38:27 pm): ohhh kayyy
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Saturday, 19 March 2005
HP software purists scoffed at these ideas. They held the view that "it's done when it's done." No amount of explaining the true commercial realities would convince them that due dates had a valid place in development schedules.
One aspect he missed: bribes for meeting milestones ;-)