Hold on ...let's think LO11693

William J. Hobler, Jr (bhobler@worldnet.att.net)
Mon, 06 Jan 1997 20:42:11 -0500

Replying to LO11640 --

> And how many of those are using the internet to access information,
> versus just to access games and pornography and chat rooms?

Hold on here. Are there assumptions that the majority of access are to
these categories of sites? Or that these sites are somhow either bad, or
of lessor value than some other sites? Or that the people who access
these sites do not visit other, more worthy, sites?

Methinks the brush is too broad.

[Host's Note: In an article in today's New York Times says that the
largest number of inquiries to the web search engines are for "sex, Star
Trek cosmology and the urge to search for one's own name." Just FWIW.


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