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permalink #176 of 184: Brian Slesinsky (bslesins) Fri 3 Nov 00 22:05
    
I remember reading a while back that Amazon was helping the sales of
midlist books.  Did that not happen?
  
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permalink #177 of 184: Howard Rheingold (hlr) Sat 4 Nov 00 10:11
    
They have to be published, first. In my limited experience, publishers are
reluctant to support them. But I don't want to pretend to be a publishing
expert.
  
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permalink #178 of 184: Thomas Armagost (silly) Mon 4 Dec 00 03:58
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permalink #179 of 184: Jon Lebkowsky (jonl) Mon 4 Dec 00 05:42
    
SITO's great. Coincidentally, I wrote a piece about Bob Anderson, a SITO
regular, for Electric Minds:
http://www.abbedon.com/electricminds/html/wwj_austin_1928.html
  
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permalink #180 of 184: Thomas Armagost (silly) Mon 4 Dec 00 14:29
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permalink #181 of 184: Thomas Armagost (silly) Thu 7 Dec 00 01:06
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permalink #182 of 184: Gordon Taylor (warfrat) Thu 7 Dec 00 08:41
    
"scribble" is a command to erase a post. 
  
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permalink #183 of 184: John Payne (satyr) Thu 7 Dec 00 18:28
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permalink #184 of 184: alans psychedelic breakfast (sd) Sun 31 Dec 00 00:08
    
AND lots of us read large chunks of the many and varied topics on the well
months or years after they have been posted. in computer topics for example
you can almost watch things develop by reading through the comments.

sometimes folks remove some or all of their comments from the well. this can
leave lots of holes in the story but, people 'own their own words' here so
that is just life.
  



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