> "Jenn" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Dustin wrote:
>>> "Jenn" <email@example.com> wrote in news:iflmrb$fkt$1
>>>>> You're missing the point. MS called you a sysop. That's fine. MS
>>>>> definies the term differently than most others. That's the
>>>> So? It does not negate that I was a Sysop for MSN.
>>> Don't you see a problem with perpetuating stupidity Jenn? MSN abused
>>> the terminology, and when you repeat that you were a sysop
>>> (heheheh), you're only hurting yourself; others in the field will
>>> see it for what it is and you'll just rightfully look stupid.
>> Dustin ... I worked with a couple hundred other MSN Sysops. To deny
>> what we did in our field would be to also lessen what they did, too.
>> I won't do that. I am not saying anything to lessen what others did
>> simply because I won't lessen what I and my colleagues did.......
> That's simply not true.
You're wrong again...
> You did what you were told to do and you did
> it for MS who gave you a title that was meaningless in the real
> world. None of this conversation has ever had anything to do with
> what people incorrectly called sysops did for MS. They did what they
> did, they should have been given a title that adequately reflected
Dustin's sysop work was the definition #1 ... MSN sysops are definition #2 &
A sysop an abbreviation of system operator) is an administrator of a
multi-user computer system, such as a#1. bulletin board system (BBS) or an
#2. online service virtual community. It may also be used to refer to
administrators of other #3.Internet-based network services.
Jenn (from Oklahoma)
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