[REBOL] Re: REBOL Promotional Idea
From: tim:johnsons-web at: 4-Oct-2001 10:57
On Thu, Oct 04, 2001 at 10:29:10AM -0700, Lok Yek Soon wrote:
> How about articles (with business scenarios) on
> sites dealing with CTO, CIO etc ?
I think that is a good idea in terms of approaching
those large magazines.
In terms of our webzine, that might be something to
work up to over a period of months.
I'm offering to insert articles about rebol at the
beginning rather covertly at first. Our webzine is
at least originally formed around the concept of a
If you look at the first archive, you will see an earlier
column that I wrote. I challenge you to read it. I
come from an entirely different point of view of
. You'll see a totally different
there. And I plug rebol.
> Much as Rebol itself is a language-n-platform,
> I think the value add is really how business problems
> can be solved using Rebol's products and the
> --- Tim Johnson <[tim--johnsons-web--com]> wrote:
> > My thoughts here are OS-specific. Please forgive me
> > for that, but
> > I'm working with what I have and what I know...
> > Two ideas one big, one little.
> > Here's the big one: There are numerous Linux
> > magazines: Linux Format,
> > Maximum Linux, Linux Journal, Linux Magazine. All of
> > those magazines
> > feature numerous code examples. There are mostly in
> > C, follwed by
> > perl, shell script and occasionally Python or PHP.
> > why not raise a little ruckus with these guys and
> > and see if some rebol code could get featured.
> > There's a feature in this Month's Linux Journal on
> > simple
> > client/server apps. In C. Very long compared to
> > same in
> > rebol.
> > Here's the little one: I and some friends publish a
> > monthly
> > 'web-zine' called "Frozen-North Linux Webzine".
> > http://www.frozen-north-linuxonline.com/
> > We are getting some recognition. Last month,
> > favorable reviews,
> > links from major webzines. Over 10,000 hits.
> > I would strongly push for submissions from "guests"
> > <hint,hint>
> > I would also push for links to rebolforces.
> > Caution: Publisher is a bad-tempered bear of a guy.
> > Lives in a
> > log cabin. Hauls his water, cuts firewood and
> > programs in perl.
> > <g>Handle with care.</g>
> > --
> > Tim Johnson <[tim--johnsons-web--com]>
> > http://www.johnsons-web.com
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