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At 1:56 PM -0800 2/16/97, Elna Tymes wrote:
>The pace of technological development has accelerated so much in the
>last five years (e.g., the web and internet-related activities seemed to
>come from nowhere about three years ago; who'd have predicted MSNBC five
>years ago?; even this newsgroup and groups like it didn't exist five
>years ago) ...
However, the boom of the net has certainly changed my pattern of use.
I have been reading netnews since 1983, but over the last year or so
have switched predominantly to listservs to reduce the "noise" level.