Re[2]: [SPAM] Re[2]: Who is behind quickdba.blogspot.com?

Mark. After getting over my initial reaction, I came to the
same conclusion as you. Google has no clue who I am, and so
of course they cannot simply remove content because I say
so. You're absolutely right about that.

I had hoped to resolve the whole affair more informally with
the person behind the blog. I much prefer the informal
approach. So far though, I've had no response to my email to
that person. And so today I will fax off my first DMCA
takedown request.

Best regards,

Jonathan Gennick --- Brighten the corner where you are
http://Gennick.com * 906.387.1698 * mailto:jonathan@xxxxxxxxxxx



Wednesday, May 31, 2006, 8:29:24 AM, Bobak, Mark (Mark.Bobak@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) 
wrote:
BM> Hi Jonathan,

BM> I agree, that is a pain....but could you imagine the
BM> chaos that could ensue if they simply honored all email
BM> requests, without verification?  Now, a rational adult
BM> is not going to make take down requests of material he
BM> doesn't own, but, the world is full of trolls.....


BM> -Mark 


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BM> ProQuest Information & Learning

BM> For a successful technology, reality must take
BM> precedence over public relations, for Nature cannot be
BM> fooled.  --Richard P. Feynman, 1918-1988


BM> -----Original Message-----
BM> From: oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
BM> [mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jonathan Gennick
BM> Sent: Tuesday, May 30, 2006 8:49 PM
BM> To: Mogens Nørrgaard
BM> Cc: gogala@xxxxxxxxxxxxx; oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
BM> Subject: [SPAM] Re[2]: Who is behind quickdba.blogspot.com?
BM> Importance: Low

BM> I just now heard back from Blogger. I've got to file a
BM> formal, in writing, on paper, DMCA takedown request in
BM> order for them to do anything. I even have to swear
BM> under penalty of purjury that the article is mine. What a PITA.

BM> Best regards,

BM> Jonathan Gennick --- Brighten the corner where you are
BM> http://Gennick.com * 906.387.1698 * mailto:jonathan@xxxxxxxxxxx



BM> Tuesday, May 30, 2006, 3:54:14 PM, Mogens Nørrgaard (mln@xxxxxxxxxxxx) 
wrote:
MN>> Amen. What a coyote. And what useless stuff he'll put on there now 
MN>> and then - "put bitmap indexes on fact tables". Ah, so there's a 
MN>> good and general rule.

MN>> Let's just hope the guy behind it is not someone trying to make 
MN>> claims about anything technical in the Oracle World - like RAC...

MN>> Hahahahahahahahahaha.

MN>> Mogens


MN>> Mladen Gogala wrote:

>>>I don't know who is that, but the guy is spamming 
>>>[comp.databases.oracle.server] as well. I normally do not read no-name 
>>>blogs. For a blog to make sense, it helps to know whose opinion it is: 
>>>Tom Kyte's, Tim Hall's, Niall Litchfield's, or Howard Rogers. Those 
>>>blogs I read regularly. Having a blog and not letting people know who are 
>>>you, doesn't make much sense.
>>>  
>>>


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