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Which brings me to a question: May I cite to your e-mail thesis in my
paper? I was the one who ask people to tell me their opinions of
ArtsEdNet. My paper is a critical examination of the ArtsEdNet from
Your practical perspective would balance the theoretical
stuff nicely. It's always nice to remind your reader that the real world
exists in a critical academic paper and you said it so eloquently. The main
reason I ask is because you didn't leave your name on your message.
Always Questioning Technology (I love that closing. Danielle from SWT
better copyright it before I steal it.)