On Friday 24 June 2005 14:06, Andrew McCarthy wrote:
> would get far more immediate attention from everyone (business people
> and politicians alike) than an opinion piece in a paper.
Both would be even better... it's both immediate and lasting attention
on the issue you want. It is important to deal with the perception that
Ireland is a unified pro-software-patent front that the Irish lobby
groups are building, when, well, it blatantly (to us...) isn't.
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