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Re: [BKARTS] BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 22 Apr 2005 to 23 Apr 2005 (#2005-113)

Thanks for sharing your letter to David A. McInnis, Chief Executive Officer 
of PRWeb.com. I look forward to reading his response. 
These are troubling times, sometimes it seems as though we are 
turning back the clock. Each day brings new surprises of disbelief. 
Do you think fire, the wheel and the automobile wreaked similar havoc?

A question. Has anyone posted erotica as part of an artist book on a website?

A L I C E * S I M P S O N

From:    Jules Siegel <siegel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Jules Siegel, Pornographer


Gordon Inkeles was so happy with the story about his work (link above)
-- the first, he said, ever to take him seriously -- that he wanted to
put out a press release. Oops. It was rejected by PRWeb.com because of a
link to an ADULT image! Can you believe that, folks? So you prudes out
there better stop right here because the offending picture is on the
front page of Book@rts. The Sun has nothing on us.

Umm. Well, I decided that discretion is the better part of valor. These
Anti-Sex League non-judicial activists can get real nasty in their
struggle against Internet fleshpots like Book@rts. Trembling fearfully,
I put a big CENSORED on the offending picture(s), but you can click
through and see what the American Interfaith Non-Violent (I hope)
Taliban Movement considers too shocking for your sensitive eyes.

At <http://www.cafecancun.bookarts/gordon_inkeles/censored.shtml> you
will find the letter that I wrote about this outrage to David A.
McInnis, Chief Executive Officer of PRWeb.com.

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