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>-- Computer environments, from a computer store to university lab, tendto
>make women uncomfortable.
I would like some examples for this. Do you mean
intimidating because you are the 'only woman' or
threatening, like when you have to walk home alone
at night? Perhaps you had something else in mind, but
I can't imagine what it was.
David Oberstadt daveo -at- vnet -dot- ibm -dot- com
San Jose, California
"Omit needless words." Strunk & White, The Elements