David Morton wrote:

/ ...

> Advocacy could also simply mean someone who is passionate about
> something, because it is good.  Whereas marketing takes place all the
> time for bad products; the salesman may not actually approve of the
> product.

Yes, true. The advocate may be a saint or a sinner, while the salesman is
going to try to sell you something, regardless of how he feels about it.
But the salesman wants you alive tomorrow, in the same way that a drug
pusher does.

It's a conflict between Gandhi (or Osama Bin Laden) and Willy Loman. :)

-- 
Paul Lutus
http://www.arachnoid.com