Quoting "R.A. Hettinga" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

> At 8:43 AM -0700 9/27/05, James A. Donald wrote:
> >In the long run, reliable pseudonymity will prove more
> >valuable than reliable anonymity.
> Amen. And, at the extreme end of the curve, perfect psedudonymity *is*
> perfect anonymity.
> "Character. I wouldn't buy anything from a man with no character if he
> offered me all the bonds in Christendom."
>    -- J. Pierpont Morgan, Testimony to Congress, 1913.
> Reputation is *everything* folks.

Damn good point.  Now that I think of it, all the classic examples of
"anonymous" publication were really pseudonymous.  (Publius, et al)
Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not
"It's just this little chromium switch, here." - TFT

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