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Subject:Re: review From:"Pickett-Harner, Molly" <mop1 -at- NIORDS1 -dot- EM -dot- CDC -dot- GOV> Date:Tue, 23 May 1995 10:35:00 EST
The paper quality of my copy is quite good (not at all "see-through").
Mayhaps Roy owns an anomalous specimen?
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Subject: Re: review
Date: Monday, May 22, 1995 7:38AM
Roy Johnson, in his review of Nicholas Negroponte's book, said:
>In fact the book is produced on paper of such poor
>quality that you can read the print on both sides at once. [It's not
>clear if this is a high-tech device or an ironic comment from the