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> In article <9407151410 -dot- A08849 -at- pcmail -dot- cti-pet -dot- com>, Karla McMaster
> <mcmaster%pcmail -dot- cti-pet -dot- com -at- cti-pet -dot- com> wrote:
> > BTW, has anyone read the article Tannen wrote in Newsweek about men and
> > on the internet? Does anyone know the date? I'd like to look into it...
> It was late June/early July (sorry--I pitched it) and worth the effort of
> finding it. BTW, for more lessons on flaming, try sci.skeptic.
For those interested in this article, it may be worth noting that Janis
Cortese (the first "net regular" quoted) felt misquoted, or at least mis-
represented in the article.
Immediately following the Newsweek article there was some interesting
discussion (in the mentioned newsgroups) about journalist's tendencies
to, uh, "slant" things their way...