Cloning, slamming, and sliming could give good technology a bad name

Alsop, Stewart
July 1996
InfoWorld;7/01/96, Vol. 18 Issue 27, p94
Trade Publication
Discusses long-distance and cellular phone service problems encountered by the author. Switching the default long-distance carrier; Cloning of the author's cellular telephone signature; Attempting to organize the electronic mail when dealing with more than one organization.


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