Subject: Re: FSB Marketing
From: Russell Nelson <>
Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 23:42:42 -0500 (EST)

Stephen J. Turnbull writes:
 > As written, nobody would ever know that you care if your software
 > is used; only that you get to write it.

This presumes that you have an FTP client smart enough to grovel
through a zip file to find particular file, and smart enough to go to
a particular line in a text file.  Since you probably don't have such
a thing, I've created:

What is the point of giving away software unless you want other people 
to use it?  It takes time and effort to put together a distribution of 
software.  So if you were indifferent to the use of it, you would
write it, and never give it away.

-russ nelson <>
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