They say that plagiarism is the sincerest form of flattery. And I'm a little flattered that I've been plagiarised, but mostly I'm just annoyed.
Update (30 June 2004, 13:00)
Fengzhimei has apologised for this so I retract the following harsh words. I'm certain he will give credit in future, and his blog will be a good one as a result.
Some dirty pretender named Fengzhimei has nicked the guts of a .net Remoting article i wrote around christmas last year and hasn't given any credit at all. The examples have been converted into C#, yes, but the words are stolen. Although his blog *looks* quite interesting, I now assume that all of his material is stolen from other sources. Cheap and nasty stuff.
I don't want to give him the google juice, but here's a link to the stolen material.
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