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Posts and Posterity

At 09:14 AM 5/2/97 -0400, you wrote:
>> Just for curiosity's sake, what portion of your daily email ...
>> gets printed out for posterity?
>As a rule, I print only the technical information which will help me at
the bench. I assume the author's copyright but the fair use doctrine will
permit a hard copy for personal use.

Now and then a good piece of lore, e.g. Lawrence Roberts' posting on the
18th cent. binders' strike, makes it to the printer, but most of the mail
is not relevant to me---distant exhibits, classes I could never attend,
most cyber- wars--- so I don't save it.

Overall, the list is extremely helpful and valuable to me and my requests
for specific help have always been rewarded with courteous and valuable
responses, for which I am duly thankful.

Sam Lanham

Sam Lanham (slanham@xxxxxxxx)

It ain't the heavy haulin' that hurts the horse.  It's the clop, clop, clop
on the hard highway.
                                ----Ray Wynn, west Galveston Island

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