Re: [hackers-il] Women of the web
- "Nadav Har'El" <nyh@...> writes:
> PeopleYou are right, of course: people looking for Bill Clinton will find
> writing pages about Bill Clinton, about the U.S., about the presidency
> in the U.S., people who work in the whitehouse, and all-in-all I would
> think that thousands of different pages, by thousands of different real
> people, probably link to whitehouse.gov.
whitehouse.gov (or would they? :-)).
> But who would link to whitehouse.com (a porn site, I presume)?Other similar sites? That's what I said - I have no idea whether that
industry is primarily competitive or co-operative.
> > too quickly. For the record, I haven't bought a copy for ages (grownIt was not intended to be a Freudian slip - I put a smiley there
> > up? ;-) - maybe it's changed...
> Your last sentence is a Freudian slip - with it you show how you also
> think that Playboy is really about the bawdy pictures that a teenage
> would look for, and not about the articles a sophisticated adult would
> look for.
intentionally, referring obliquely to the prevalent perception. I used
to read Playboy (enjoying the pictures on the way - but as I said - I
find them quite innocent, PG13 probably), and even considered
subscribing to it when I lived in the US. I am not ashamed of it in
any way, and what I wrote about my opinion of Playboy was very serious.
Oleg Goldshmidt | ogoldshmidt@...
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