Some Such Name
We look at the present through a rear-view mirror. We march backwards into the future.
– Marshall McLuhan

It's insane, how much power a penniless man has.

RoGue has started writing India's first SMS-friendly novel, Cloak Room, and he needed a promo deal with this company. Yesterday he went to meet the CEO, a complete stranger, and to strike a business deal with him.

RoGue told him why and how this was going to change the nature of media in this country, put the publishing in the hands of the people. RoGue's sincerity somehow worked, he told him he used to be a spammer who was now being screwed by big networks. They wanted to control spam, in the sense that, they wanted to control the money that is to be made by spamming.

By the end of the afternoon, the guy just gave us what we wanted - for FREE.

congratulations luv.........
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