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Phil Harvey
11/9/2007
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12:45 PM -- One of the more amusing responses I got from this blog post was from Jason Chupick, who writes MediaBistro's PRNewser blog.

I have a couple of questions. I'd love to blog your post and maybe pair it with a few of the better critiques. It's such a hot topic in PR perhaps we can send you at least a few thousand readers.

First, I don't fully get your offer to vet stuff sent to [email protected] How does that work, or is it just increasing their spam?

I also want to find out more about what you're getting at in the "reams and reams" paragraph.

The Tired.com thing: I checked, it's owned by Michael Kuniavsky at O'Reilly. What's that all about?


It's tough to imagine an editor doing this, but sometimes I write stuff just to tweak the folks in the PR business.

— Phil Harvey, Barely Managing Editor, Light Reading

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