[lug] Do you guys get random questions in email?
Kenneth D. Weinert
mc at morat.net
Mon Sep 16 07:12:23 MDT 2002
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Yes, but your name wasn't particularly associated with the zoo so they had no
reason to do that.
Online your name is associated with a particular area and once your name
recognition achieves "critical mass" (it's mentioned enough times in
association with a project) then you've just become an expert :)
It might not even take being associated with a particular task, just that your
name is see a lot so you're still perceived as an expert.
On Mon 16 September 2002 07:22, Peter Hutnick wrote:
> > Peter,
> > Just for curiosity, I tried a Google search on "Peter Hutnick", and then
> > another search on "peter-lists at hutnick.com". I got over a thousand
> > You're all over the place, no wonder you get weirdo-mail!
> Back when I had a "home phone" my number was in thousands of phone books,
> but I never got calls from people wanting directions to the zoo . . .
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