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Subject:Re: Over 45? Geriatric! From:"Dana B. Mackonis" <writer -at- JLC -dot- NET> Date:Tue, 22 Oct 1996 16:52:56 -0400
Elna Tymes writes:
...know of a number of people who are not using email - and in
fact, are reluctant to use a computer for much of anything.
However, I suspect that most of these folks are 45 or older, and
in most cases don't have long life expectancies in the business
Well, you've done it now. This is quite an interesting "little" viewpoint.
Wish I had followed the thread from the beginning, but I'll bet you wish
you never posted your comments. Viewpoints from the "kids" have
always amused me personally.
dana - the old tech writer
dana b mackonis '-.-' writer -at- jlc -dot- net
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