Did anyone else get one of these in their email? I sent back one of the crabbiest emails I have ever written.


my response:I am very concerned that you have set up a Luminato profile for me, NOT at my request, and without my permission. I sincerely hope that the profile is not visible to anyone before it has been activated, and if it is I must insist that you remove it immediately. An invitation to participate on your site would be one thing, but this assumption that I would want to spend my time promoting Luminato online is overly presumptuous and, frankly, disrespectful.

their response:Sorry for the misunderstanding. Your profile will not be live on the site unless you activate it. We've just created a blank template with your name to help get you started, if you decide to participate. You can use your page to tell your friends which events you are interested in attending this year in your own words but of course we don't assume that everyone would necessarily want to spend their time doing so.

- sally mckay 5-14-2009 2:33 pm

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"...dicated by this Spacing post. In fact, it seems that low-tech was the better way to go for Luminato art installations, as the Globe's James Bradshaw rounded up a few projects nixed at the last minute due to technical concerns. (Artist/curator/critic allymckay/?48467"Sally McKay also expressed annoyance with the fest's aggressive social media schmoozing.) The Post's Ampersand blog has being doing daily updates on the fest and has helpful recommendations for enjoying its final day today. My verdic..."

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