• Subject: Re: Workplace internet access(and the Great American (or other) N ovel)
  • From: John Ross <JRoss@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 05 Nov 1999 20:34:36 -0500

Check out   http://www.galaxymall.com/retail/eternity/index.html   for
e-books or http://www.galaxymall.com/retail/eternity/explain.html if you are
a writter.

I have nothing to do with this company, nor have I gotten an E-Book.


-----Original Message-----
From: Joel Fritz <JFritz@sharperimage.com>
To: 'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com' <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Date: Friday, November 05, 1999 6:33 PM
Subject: RE: Workplace internet access(and the Great American (or other) N
ovel)


>I have a PC at home.  I use it, my daughter uses it, but my wife who has
>been using CAD software at work for over 15 years never touches it.  On the
>other hand, I have a phone at home.  My wife uses it, my daughter uses it,
>but in spite of having to use one at work, I almost never use the one at
>home.  My wife doesn't think computers are fun; I don't like to use phones.
>Matter of taste.
>
>As far as great novels on the internet, there's a wealth of great
literature
>(public domain) available in both plain text and HTML.  In the past couple
>of years I've downloaded a couple of Shakespeare plays and an Icelandic
>saga; my daughter has downloaded Aristotle's Poetics.  Haven't seen
anything
>original yet, but that's going to change very soon.  There are several
>companies trying various methods of self (vanity?)publishing on the
>internet.
>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: John Taylor [mailto:John.Taylor@britax-pmg.com]
>> Sent: Friday, November 05, 1999 2:39 AM
>> To: 'Midrange List'
>> Subject: Re: Workplace internet access
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> >From: Lori Hainey <lhainey@hbs-inc.com>
>>
>> >Yes, we are in the information age - and with this note I
>> question why
>> anyone in
>> >our field would not have a PC at home to use for internet
>> surfing.... I am
>> always
>> >amazed at people in our field who have no home PC.
>>
>> In answer to your question, I don't need or want a PC at
>> home. I have enough
>> of
>> it at work. We've been in the information age since the widespread
>> availability
>> of the written (printed) word but I've still to come across a
>> great novel on
>> the
>> internet. I'm not knocking it, just remember there are more
>> things in liff.
>>
>> Another
>> John Taylor
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