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Sep 07, 2001
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Practicing What You Preach Against?

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I'm not the only one who sometimes has trouble practicing what I preach. This week I received form letters at two of my email accounts from Chris Locke asking me to join his opt-in list at Topica.

Thing is, Chris is most famous as one of the authors of the Cluetrain Manifesto, a book which preaches strongly against stuff like emailed form letters. So now he's sending them to me to urge me to join his list so he can preach some more against them. Way to go!

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