Re: Authors Wanted - WHOIS itc2.org???
Daniel Morgan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:<3EF729C0.email@example.com>...
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > From eNom.com's WHOIS server:
> > Organization Name DNC Corp
> > First Name Dennis
> > Last Name Flanders
> > Address 1 1309 140th Place NE
> > Address 2
> > City Bellevue
> > StateProvince NA
> > PostalCode 98007
> > Country US
> > Phone 425-649-0808
> > Fax none
> > EmailAddress
> > Item Value
> > created-date:
> > nameserver: ns.entryhost.com
> > ns2.entryhost.com
> > ns3.entryhost.com
> > registrar: 5065-EN
> > registration-expiration-date:
> > status:
> > updated-by: admin
> > updated-date:
> > He posts to UseNet under the same name he registers his domain with. That
> > doesnt raise any red flags with me.
> > But I think the premise of his site is BS.
> > But thats just my two cents and we know what opinions are like...
> > Good luck Dennis, maybe more certs in the world is the answer to the paper
> > certified problems
> > -AA
> > "Geomancer" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > news:firstname.lastname@example.org m...
> > > Wow! What an opportunity!
> > >
> > > I'm working on a book right now, titled "How to write good".
> > >
> > > But seriously, this is another one of these scams, where they entice
> > > would-be authors, get them to send-in material, and then stiff the
> > > writers.
> > >
> > > Note that there were on "real" names mentioned, no website, and only
> > > anon e-mail addresses.
> ITC2 is located in Bellevue, Washington and I have personally met with the two
> principles. They seem to be sincere
> but I have not had enough contact with them to feel comfortable, at this time,
> rendering an opinion one way or the
> What I can say is that it takes two pieces to make a certification worth the
> paper on which it is printed. First the
> certification must have meaning. Those that have it "must" actually be capable
> of doing the job for which they are
> certified. Another piece of paper backed by nothing of substance will have no
> The second piece is that employers must recognize the certification, and those
> that possess it, to have value. The
> certificates awarded by my program at the University of Washington are
> recognized as being of value both because
> of the quality of students that graduate and the reputation of a major
> The ITC2 certification, should it someday exist, will have to meet both
> criteria. At this point I do not have enough
> information to, as I said above, render an opinion.
> If further contacts with this group lead me to believe there is something here
> I will post something to that effect.
When someone tries to market here this bugger jumps up. See what the
hell he is doing himself.
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