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One Woman's Efforts at "E-vangelism"

I've now been online for more than two decades—longer than some of my kids have been alive. Back in 1987 I began "chatting" through CompuServe. … Chugging along one letter at a time, words strung themselves together on my monochrome green monitor in a text-only format, and I had plenty of time as the words became sentences to envision another person, worlds away, typing as I read—all for the price of a local phone call. I was hooked.

One friendship I forged in those early days started through my admiration for a particular musician. I'd asked a question about him ...

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