1993-02-23 - RE>Congratulations to All!

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From: mbrennan@netcom.com (Michael Brennan)
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
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UTC Datetime: 1993-02-23 23:03:28 UTC
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From: mbrennan@netcom.com (Michael Brennan)
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 93 15:03:28 PST
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: RE>Congratulations to All!
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Reply to Message-Id: <9302232131.AA17884@netcom.netcom.com> from
tcmay@netcom.com (Timothy C. May)

> It seems we are getting lots of newcomers to the list (though I keep
> seeing cancellations posted to the general list, too!). It might be nice to
> hear from them about their reactions. 

Actually, I may (regretfully) be sending in my cancellation as well. This
group is fascinating, but I find most of the discussion goes right over my
head. Also, the mail generated is just too voluminous. I log into my netcom
account by modem (and use Eudora to retrieve my mail). Yesterday I had
about 40 messages from this list, today I had over 70! Whew!!! That's a lot
of mail to retrieve by modem.

What I'd really like to see is a digest form of this list. Also, for
newcomers like myself a FAQ would be of tremendous benefit.

> The recent interest by "Mondo 2000," "Wired," and "The Village Voice" in
> Cypherpunks activity and in digital privacy in general suggests we are
> doing something quite important and interesting.

I'd say you're quite right about that. Keep up the great work!

Michael Brennan
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