Douglas Milewski (dacuteturtle) wrote,
Douglas Milewski

Who's Who

And I quote:

You were recently chosen as a potential candidate to represent your professional community in the 2010/2011 Edition of Cambridge Who's Who. We are please to inform you that your candidacy was formally approved June 7th, 2010. Congratulations.


The Publishing Committee selected you as a potential candidate based not only upon your current standing, but focusing as well on criteria from executive and professional directories, associations, and trade journals. Given your background, the Director believes your profile makes a fitting addition to our publication and our online network.


So, who chose me? What methodology did you use? I'm sure that you did not consult professional directories, associations, or trade journals, cause's I'm a happy nobody and I'm not in any of those things.

Who submitted me anyway?

And why the short deadline?

And, just to be education, what COMMUNITY do they server? I mean, I don't have money, so it can't be the big spending community. And I doubt that it's science or lit, because they have their own specific lampreys that suck the money out of them. In fact, the absolute lack of detail is distressing.

I can only conclude that the messengers are befuddled and confused, and who trusts that?

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