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RE: [Computerbank] Linux prize for finding PM's email address
this is the link Kylie posted when she originally raised
posted -22/1/03 - I believe its still a live page
oh Im afraid I must be far more cynical that yourself
I had thought that the PM simply doesn't want to hear from
public as its far easier to make false claims about
interest if he hasn't actually been told directly by them
what there interests are
excuse the cliche but its a clear case of " when ignorance
is bliss its a folly to be wise"
take care and stay well
On Friday, 7 February 2003 2:25 AM, Bruce McCubbery
> At 06:28 PM 6/02/2003 +1100, Ian wrote:
> >I imagine he doesn't want to waste his valuable time
> >dealing with or listening to us common folk
> >but then your imagination is as good as mine I trust
> Hi Ian,
> Every other western politician I've ever tried to contact
> has had a
> publicly listed email address. That may be no longer the
> case with the
> current US President, I don't know if that is now so or
> not but the former
> ones were available.
> I realise some low level Indians field these messages.
> The main question
> remains though: when our current PM is not welcoming
> contact what
> does that say about his familiarity with the technology
> ... and his
> acceptance of it?
> PS. What's the prize again?
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