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At 02:16 PM 9/21/96 -0400, you wrote:
>Sorry if this is childish...but I just got made web maintainer of the
>H&SS web sites here at CMU. (dances a little dance) I've been employed
>by H&SS Computing part time during the school year and full time during
>the summers since April of '95. This past summer, I started doing web
>projects and tech writing projects for them. This is the largest
>responsibility I've had yet, and I'm really excited about it. Just
>wanted to share.
Thanks for sharing your good news. There are now thousands of people in our
world who will have something "positive" to think about this weekend --
because you were willing to let us in on what's happening in your TW-life.
billd -at- darcominc -dot- com