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From a private account this time, but nonetheless...a colleague at work
subscribed to winhlp-l for me and is forwarding me the digests, but
t'ain't the same.
Low signal-to-noise ratio notwithstanding, I missed my daily techwhirler
digests. I can truly say I know what Howard Rheingold was talking about
when he described his fellow members on the WELL. That is just one of many
sections in his book (which I haven't finished and never might, but what
the hell), The Virtual Community: Homesteading on the Electronic
Of course (after reading Rheingold for a while, this doesn't surprise you)
the entire text of the book is available through the World Wide Web. The