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Re: Bad Kim, Bad Kim

Yeah, product developers shouldn't have to hear what their customers and potential customers think. That's just silly.

I put the blurb about me not knowing about developing a product because I knew that the people I was addressing didn't know the first thing about retail music sales which I know quite a bit about. Perhaps we can learn from each other. I'm learning a lot by having this debate.

...and you should keep quiet unless you can actually think of a decent point. "Shut up" is the booster seat of the small mind.

Mark Sottilaro

On Thursday, August 28, 2003, at 10:45 AM, Don Makoviney wrote:

That is why you should just keep quiet and stop complaining since it could have never even made it to market in the first place.


>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: msottilaro [mailto:sine@zerocrossing.net]

>>Here is why I think Kim is not right. (although I'll admit
>>that I don't
>>know all the politics and factors that are involved in making
>>a product
>>like the EDP)