Fwd: O'Reilly Seeks Peer to Peer Survey Participants

Rob Manning r_m_manning at hotmail.com
Fri Sep 29 06:40:15 CDT 2000

>From our O'Reilly UG representative...

>From: Denise Olliffe <deniseo at oreilly.com>
>To: rmanning at erols.com
>Subject: O'Reilly Seeks Peer to Peer Survey Participants
>Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2000 15:49:45 -0700 (PDT)
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>O'Reilly invites you and your group members to participate in a survey
>that will help O'Reilly understand the technical potential of the peer
>to peer wave in technology.  The survey information will assist in
>developing the structure of an upcoming O'Reilly Conference:  Peer to
>Peer (P2P).  Take the survey, and you will be entered to win 10 books
>of your choice. For those of you who aren't familiar with peer to peer,
>take a look at this article by Andy Oram:
>to participate in the survey go to:
>The Peer to Peer Conference will take place at the St. Francis Hotel in
>San Francisco, February 14 to 16. Early next year we are also
>publishing  "Peer-to-Peer: The Disruptive Potential of Collaborative
>We'd be grateful if you'd fill in the survey and let others know about
>its existence.  We feel that an important new technological trend is
>building but we don't have a handle on its shape or who's interested in
>it.  As you know, we at O'Reilly were at the forefront of the
>commercialization of the Internet, the early development of the Web,
>and have been a major force behind the growth of Open Source.  Tim
>O'Reilly, our founder and CEO, strongly believes that Peer-to-Peer
>constitutes another such groundbreaking force for change.
>The information in the survey is strictly for our
>internal analysis.
>Thanks for your support.

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