Re: [unrev-II] Afghan Women - how to be effective

From: Peter Jones (
Date: Mon Aug 13 2001 - 13:52:58 PDT

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    As someone who was caught out by the exact same email chain letter some time
    back I would however say to Henry, 10/10 for caring first and foremost.
    Possibly that chain email was constructed with naive good intentions, but
    perhaps not. If not, then pity the soul of the person that created it.


    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Dennis E. Hamilton" <>
    To: "unrev-II Group" <>
    Sent: Monday, August 13, 2001 4:57 PM
    Subject: [unrev-II] Afghan Women - how to be effective

    > I see that Unrev-II was used to send a chain e-mail on the plight of
    > women. That e-mail is not an e-mail hoax, as many are, but it is a chain
    > letter and as such is completely ineffective. The Brandeis university
    > address does not work and will not work. A link
    > ( to the Brandeis
    > statement on this experience, and its extremely valuable additional links
    > the impact that e-mail chain letters actually have was just supplied here
    > unrev-II. I commend them to the attention of everyone who has thought a
    > chain letter was a good idea and forwarded it to anyone.
    > There is another article that readers may find useful in making a
    > in the specific case of Afghan women. Additional addresses to use in
    > reaching someone engaged in these issues are at the end of the article.
    > article is at:
    > I know this matters to some of you and I wanted you to know about some
    > available avenues.
    > It is perhaps appropriate to consider, here on unrev-II, the use of
    > technology in distributive social engineering, all such forms of social
    > engineering, and how the global intelligence will be shaped to deal with
    > that (or be a demonstration of it). Also, we need to consider our own
    > thinking (or lack thereof) in practicing/submitting-to such social
    > engineering and what it reveals about our view of the world, of who we
    > it with, and about the justification of our actions inside that view.
    > -- Dennis
    > Dennis E. Hamilton
    > AIIM DMware Technical Coordinator
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