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I'm _not_ listening. That's the point. Plastering ads for your product over ever forum imaginable is going to make it far less likely that I even look at your product.

Posting full product announcements in article comments just isn't acceptable. The program was mentioned in the article above - we've given it precisely the coverage we think due.

 is a RISC OS Usermrchocky on 2/11/03 5:04PM
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