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>I also disagree with Richard Lippincott's implicit statement that anyone
>who objects to a new technology is necessarily wrong.
That wasn't what I meant to say, but that certainly is the way it came out.
Vicki's right, both a total rejection of the new, as well as a total rejection
of the -old-, are wrong. Difficulties with on-line edits, as I'm sure many of
us have experienced, are but one example of where paper is still necessary
in our trade.
I think Vicki and I agree that Updike's remarks were, well, not exactly
words to live by.
I can send but not receive at work. Address personal comments to:
rjlippincott -at- delphi -dot- com