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Subject:Re: searching archives w/o a net (was Re: ANSWER) From:Karen Kay <karen -at- WORDWRITE -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 14 Mar 1998 21:45:18 -0800
Alexandra A. Dianna said:
> Please bear in mind that not everyone has the luxury of web access.
I've been on the Internet for nearly 20 years so my perception may be
a bit skewed, but I don't understand how web access is a luxury. You
can get web access through your local library many places. There are
lots of free or low-cost accounts available.