[Foundation-l] advertising?

Robert Rohde rarohde at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 17:42:27 UTC 2007

Inspection shows it was put there by an established contributor with a few
thousand edits, many of which to unrelated areas like psychology.  At the
risk of being naive, I don't think the architectural firm had anything to do
with putting it there.

-Robert A. Rohde

On Nov 29, 2007 6:23 AM, <daniwo59 at aol.com> wrote:

> Hmmm, advertising in Wikipedia?
> Just now, I came a across a 5-minute promotional video listed as "Fair
>  Use"
> embedded in an article. The article was Chicago Spire, a new building
>  planned
> for Chicago, and the video was by the architectural firm that is  planning
> the building (scheduled for completion in 2010). For the record, it has
>  been
> there since October 11. Oh, you might also note that the relevant article
>  is
> the number 2 Google hit for the building.
> As for my insane suggestion, send the company a bill for one and a half
> months of free Internet advertising. That should help with the fundraiser
> a  bit.
> Danny
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