About Contacting Me

by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2004/11/01 07:01 -05:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2004/11/01/280092.aspx


If you contact me via the link when you were supposed to do something else, then I may not ever respond to you!


A few years ago, I was dating a woman who lived in Los Angeles (well, North Hollywood, actually). She had a great website which is unfortunately no longer available. But on her site, she put a link to her email address, and pointed out that it probably did not make sense to contact her except in case of emergency, like if her homepage was on fire.

At the bottom of this article there is a link that can be used to contact me. So far, it seems that people use it to either (a) suggest possible future topics, (b) get product support, (c) provide feedback to a specific post, or (d) tell people that they think they knew me from way back when (or that they are related to me)....

If you are tempted to click on the link for:

If the page actually is in fact on fire you can contact me, but I probably won't be able to do much.... :-)

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