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Re: Nader Conference?

  Guess you weren't there. I don't understand your message, BTW. It's incoherent.
  No reporters I know are aligned to the Microsoft camp. A very, very few are
  paid by Microsoft, like MSNBC folks, but they try to do a good job of
  critical reporting anyway. All the reporters I know -- and I know a bunch
  -- are suspicious of the power of large corporations, including Microsoft.
  And Microsoft's enemies too.
  At 23:11 -0500 11/14/97, Erick Andrews wrote:
  >On Fri, 14 Nov 1997 18:57:27 -0500 (EST), Declan McCullagh wrote:
  >>Yep. Yesterday's panels were achingly boring. High point was the critic's
  >>noon summit (that Ralph tried to lure reporters away from by having media
  >>availability at the same time).
  >Gee, Mr McCullagh, I heard that there were so many reporters there that,
  >to be sure, Ralph Nader would have had a difficult time finding one
  >outside those aligned to (or paid by?) the MS camp.  But then again,
  >I wasn't there or in the aisles.
  >Erick Andrews