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Subject:WWW survey (long) From:Paul Cassidy <pcassidy -at- LYNX -dot- DAC -dot- NEU -dot- EDU> Date:Tue, 23 May 1995 15:07:20 -0500
I am doing a survey of World Wide Web users for a case study in a technical
writing class. I am examining the Web as an effective channel of
communication. If you have the time, please answer the questions on this
survey, and e-mail the responses to me at pcassidy -at- lynx -dot- dac -dot- neu -dot- edu -dot-
Questions with multiple response have options in [brackets]. Please select
all that apply. For "other" choices, please specify a response.
I know this isn't the easiest format to use. I have tried this survey on a
few volunteers. The volunteers said deleting the unwanted answers was the
easiest way to answer the survey.