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[Web] Genesi new main sponsor of german Linux online magazineANN.lu
Posted on 21-Oct-2003 19:19 GMT by Martin 'Senex' Heine19 comments
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The german Linux online magazine PPCNUX welcomes Genesi as their new main sponsor. In the corresponding news-item the company and the background of Genesi's founders are introduced to the readers of PPCNUX.
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Genesi new main sponsor of german Linux online magazine : Comment 14 of 19ANN.lu
Posted by 3seas on 22-Oct-2003 09:55 GMT
for those who don't get my last post, in simplicity:

fabricate an illusion with the hope of generating enough interest and following to turn the illusion into something more real.

Within this particular illusion is a responce given to teh public question regarding Genesis history. The answer is given in a disconnected (from the open forums where the question was asked in so many ways), non-forum manner presented by an online magizine (with actually little history and little traffic) to give the impression of .......

Well ask those who are impressed and think it brilliant... etc...

I do recognize this skill comming from Genesi to be that of Bill Buck, or at least very consistant with his.

The biggest question I have for Genesi is: Did you or are you really going for an IPO?

(from my perspective and experienced gained knowledge, this question is very much relavant to the marketing method possibilities. Where IPO makes it either impossible or very difficult for some newer business models to be implimented.)
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