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  It depends on what you're complaining about. Most of the SGI
  employees who read the SGI newsgroups are engineers and similar
  useful people, not evil marketing policy-setters. If you feel, for
  example, that NFS or Documenter's Workbench should be a standard part
  of IRIX, don't post; call your sales rep and yell at them.

  However, software bugs are better newsgroup material: an SGI person
  may well see your message and fix the bug then and there.
  Nonetheless, don't depend on it. Call the TAC and tell them too.

  There's also a website that provides an interface for people to
  publicly address complaints about various companies.  It currently
  doesn't have any complaints about SGI...
  http://www.complainusa.com/servlets/CompanyListing?companyId=61

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