On the record? (was Re: Random thought)

Ronald Bourret rbourret at ito.tu-darmstadt.de
Mon Sep 13 20:07:45 BST 1999

David Megginson wrote:

> Furthermore, in the U.S., you could probably argue that many of us --
> especially those who write books, speak at conferences, or are
> involved in the W3C -- qualify as "public figures", which (thanks to
> Larry Flynt) means that people can quote us and even viciously parody
> us with immunity.

Oh, boy! I've always wanted to be a public figure!  (I gave a presentation 
at an HL-7 user's group meeting once.  Does that qualify me?)  And how do I 
go about getting viciously parodied with immunity?  Sounds exciting.

-- Ron Bourret

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