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On Tuesday, May 14, 2002, at 05:08 , Steve Drew wrote:
> It is a message who's sole excistance relies on "copy me or
And upon superstition, and leisure time, and social standing, and a
postal service or other distribution, and perhaps a hundred other
motivations and forces none of which will be, ever are, or could even be
investigated or corrected for.
IMHO such studies are useless. They are only valid as meters of
academia's distance from practicality.
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