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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by Simon Phipps tagged press

At first sight, this seems bad (that's certainly how Gawker Media want you to think). But as long as the truth is actually being told, this strategy seems a great way to avoid being hounded to death by the media so that they can profit from your misfortune/bravery/whatever. It's not like he tried to charge the police or something; this was ambulance-chasing commercial writers he was dealing with. Treating the media as if they are present purely for the good of humanity is ridiculous, and Gawker are pretty hypocritical to suggest it.

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"Solid News Angle and Effective Use of Multi-Media Earns OpenOffice.org’s the #1 Spot Among the Most Read News Releases on PRWeb for 2009 ." -- Congratulations to the marketing project and especially John McCreesh.

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In at number two is the OpenOffice.org community. Great work, everyone.

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The news is no surprise and very welcome, but the thing that makes me gasp is that they issued a press release on a Sunday. How the world is changing - I struggle to get anything announced after Wedensday.

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"Imagine for a moment that you could talk back to a press release. What would you say?" -- Steve Rubel

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Background: The comments Tim and I are quoted for here were in the context of general banter about Exchange - they were not specific responses to Microsoft's news nor were they intended for literal interpretation as implied here.

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