[Air-l] Re: Query on Digitial Technology and National Identity

Charles Ess cmess at lib.drury.edu
Sun Apr 20 05:04:21 PDT 2003

Joan et al -

In his usual fashion, Jeremy Hunsinger has graciously offered to develop an
alternative version of the slides that will be accessible to everyone who
has managed to escape the Microsoft cave (I'm thinking of Plato's - smile!).
As soon as they're ready, Jeremy and/or I will post a note.
I'm genuinely sorry that I've not made better progress on this score!

Thanks again for your interest,

Cheers and all best wishes,

Charles Ess
Distinguished Research Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies
Drury University
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Exemplary persons seek harmony, not sameness. -- Analects 13.23

> From: Joan Korenman <korenman at umbc.edu>
> Reply-To: air-l at aoir.org
> Date: Sat, 19 Apr 2003 21:29:23 -0400
> To: air-l at aoir.org
> Subject: Re: [Air-l] Re: Query on Digitial Technology and National Identity
> --On Saturday, April 19, 2003 8:18 PM -0500 Ed Lamoureux
> <ell at bradley.edu> wrote:
>> I was able to view the slides using internet explorer for mac OS X
>> . . .
> The problem is that the presentation seems NOT to be accessible to
> those of us who use Netscape, Opera, or perhaps other non-Microsoft
> browsers.
> Joan
> Joan Korenman, Director
> Center for Women & Information Technology
> University of Maryland, Baltimore County
> Baltimore, MD 21250  USA
> korenman at umbc.edu
> http://www.umbc.edu/cwit/
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