Also, would be beneficial to make the name of the "author" public so other sites will be aware of him and his practices.
If you get the email subscription, you can find the name, not that it helps. It probably will add more fuel to some uncomfortable issues.
There are hundreds of articles and blog postings by others, found elsewhere, that are little more than regurgitated MSDN articles with new screen shots and a few minor changes. I guess some people don't understand how easy it is to recognize and trace these issues.
The really sad thing is that it causes other problems in the community, including deep biases against specific cultures and backgrounds. It has affected peoples responses to innocent quality individuals even within PASS. That's a real bummer.