[linux-elitists] MSFT Survey -- Fwd: [email@example.com: Survey]
Karsten M. Self
Sat Dec 20 18:02:46 PST 2003
This is the interaction MSFT is requesting.
It's not clear from the URLs what sort of user-level tracking is going
on. I'd be interested in seeing examples of the links other people are
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Thanks so much for agreeing to share your ideas about Linux.
Unfortunately, Michael Surkan (the Microsoft program manager who
contacted your Linux user group) is a bit overwhelmed with e-mail right
now, so I volunteered to help him by sending the survey URLs to people
who want to take his survey. I hope you don't mind.
Michael has put together some on-line surveys to make it easier to
collect your answers.
One survey asks questions about Linux in the home environment. The other
survey asks what makes Linux a great option at work. You can take
whichever survey you feel you have the most knowledge about. Feel free
to take both surveys if you wish. Or none at all. :)
On-line survey about Linux in the home:
On-line survey about Linux at work:
Grab our best dial-up Internet access offer: 6 months @$9.95/month.
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Karsten M. Self <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://kmself.home.netcom.com/
What Part of "Gestalt" don't you understand?
What doesn't kill you makes you stranger.
-- Karsten M. Self, misreading as usual, San Marcos Pass Rd., 1988
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