September 10, 2009
Lexis offers sexy cheesecake calendar as part of rewards program
LexisNexis has just upped the ante in its competition with Westlaw for your online research dollars. Above the Law is reporting that Lexis has embarked on a new "rewards" program that allows subscribers to redeem points for "millions of items." One of them is a pretty racy cheesecake calendar pictured here (scroll down). As described in the subscription only Lexis "rewards" catalog, it is "tasteful and glamorous but pushes the edge of sexy glamour photography." Only 1261 Lexis reward points and you too can hang it on your office (or garage) wall.
We'll wait to see how Westlaw responds to this latest salvo.
Hat tip to Above the Law.
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In the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, cheesecake is typically made with a base of crushed biscuits and butter and topped with a fruit compote. The most common filling is a mixture of cream cheese, sugar and cream and it is not baked - gelatine may also be used to keep the filling firm.
Posted by: generic propecia online | Apr 28, 2010 8:41:00 AM
Lexis apparently has removed the item:
Our team has looked into this issue and I wanted to provide you with some further information:
* First, thousands of items are merchandised through the LexisNexis Rewards site via a service from a third party vendor. Normally as part of that service, content such as the item in question are automatically filtered out for our site because it is clearly not in line with the professional nature of our company or clients. Unfortunately, in this instance it did not happen.
* Second, we have taken the item in question off the site.
* Third, we will review all inventory offered through our Rewards site to ensure no additional items of this nature are appearing there. Additionally, we will meet with the third party vendor to ensure this type of content does not slip through the filtering process in the future.
Again, thank you for your concern. Please let me know if you have any further questions.
Posted by: John Edwards | Sep 11, 2009 8:40:00 AM