Re: Hanle trip video
Thank you, Suresh.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Although I own 'PhotonHunter' domain names I, of course, have no exclusive ownership of the words. <g>
After being known as "Photon Hunter" for over a decade it feels like it has become part of my persona.
I distinctly remember years ago when I was trying to choose a title for my website that I was having trouble finding one that I liked.
I had compiled a list of half a dozen possible names but friends had wisely dissuaded me from picking one of them.
I had always admired a guy who had chosen 'Photon's Fate' as his online title. The thought of a photon making a journey of billions of years to end it tickling a pixel on someone's camera appealed to me. It had a deep, zen quality to it and I was searching for something like that.
My mind was blocked until one day when the thought came to me (as many good ideas do) when I was in the shower. 'Photon hunter' just popped unbidden into my mind and I instantly knew that was what I wanted to be known as.
Thank you for being so gracious, Suresh.
On Mon, 1/9/17, Suresh Mohan Neelmegh firstname.lastname@example.org [ap-gto] <email@example.com> wrote:
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Re: Hanle trip video
Date: Monday, January 9, 2017, 12:23 PM
Dan, I had absolutely
no idea that the words PhotonHunter was already used by you
, it's the name I gave to our whattsap group with no
knowledge of your exclusive ownership of these words .
I'm really afraid I have no control over that as the
movie was made by someone who accompanied me . My apologies
if you thought i wilfully did it with prior
09-Jan-2017, at 10:40 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org
Suresh,You're not the first person to
do this so I guess I shouldn't be surprised. There are
many people who co-opt someone else's idea and sell it
as their own.I don't agree with those who say
it's a form of flattery.As you must know from
seeing my posts on this forum and others that my
'handle' and website title is "Photon
Hunter".I would be grateful if you stopped
using it as your own.
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