The Internet & Your Productivity

Subject: The Internet & Your Productivity
From: Brad Mehlenbacher <brad_m -at- UNITY -dot- NCSU -dot- EDU>
Date: Fri, 6 May 1994 19:06:42 -0400

Hi Folks-->

I'm currently researching and writing (last minute, of course!) an
article on the Internet and its influence on research and practice in
technical communication. As you probably know, the many hours that many
of us spend "logged in" are frequently viewed, by some, as trivial and
unproductive 'play.' And, surprisingly, little research exists that
undermines this myth (or _is_ it a myth?!?).

Either way, if you would be so kind as to take two minutes (okay, five!)
and document _any_ positive (aka, productive) or negative (aka,
time-wasting) experiences that you've had using the Internet and any of
its tool (e.g., library databases, electronic journals, gophers,
listservers, bulletin boards, Mosaic, WWW, Uncover, e-mail, WAIS, and
MOOs/MUDs), I--in turn--promise to acknowledge your contribution in the
finished article (!!! :^), in addition to posting the compiled results
back to the list.

Eternally grateful for your time & for saving my bu--. Rather, thanks
immensely! Brad.

Brad Mehlenbacher Phone: (919) 515-4138
Assistant Professor Fax: (919) 515-1836
Technical Communication E-mail: brad_m -at- unity -dot- ncsu -dot- edu

English Department Then they asked me who I was, and we
NC State University looked at each other with growing
Raleigh, NC 27695-8105 anxiety (Eric McCormack, _The Hobby_).

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