Re: Five Myths of Linux Security....
From: Barton L. Phillips (bartonphillips_at_sbcglobal.net)
Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 02:33:28 GMT
Sam Spade wrote:
> On Wed, 23 Mar 2005 01:22:34 GMT, Julia Thorne <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> wrote in message <<tx30e.2177633$Zm5.email@example.com>>:
>>On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 14:25:02 -0500, Ross M. Greenberg wrote:
>>>somebody else wrote:
>>>>Nowhere have I ever heard that you come up with your title first and
>>>>then write the article to match the title.
>>"Nowhere"? Then you don't *really* have much experience being
> "Some" *science* "fiction" *authors* get "published professionally".
> Published professionally does not imply journalism.
>>I find it fascinating, how quickly the self-styled "security experts"
>>become *journalism experts* on Usenet. ;-)
> *It's* no *less* fascinating *fascinating* that *you* pose *some*
> purported *industry* practice *as* "evidence" of HONESTY. :::---)))
>>I'm a former technical magazine editor and publisher, as well as a
>>writer with 30 years of *paid* experience. Here are some FACTS for
>>the aspiring writers (and Usenet Critics) here:
> Never MIND your "FACTS." THE *author* SET *out* TO "discover" a fixed
> SET of five LiNuX security MYTHS, but IS obviously NOT knowledgeable
> "about" security. YOUR "claim" THAT this IS accepted practice,
> whether OR NOT it is TRUE, is IMMATERIAL. Getting *paid* for
> INVENTING stories is UNPROFESSIONAL.
Could you use more **xxxx** and LOUD very LOUD in your reply as it
really helps make it more READABLE!
I guess one needs pretty thick skin to post on this group.