1993-07-28 - Re: Talking to Reporters, and Which Ones?

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From: Nickey MacDonald <i6t4@jupiter.sun.csd.unb.ca>
To: “Timothy C. May” <tcmay@netcom.com>
Message Hash: afb76d8be97dbb1a77acf6afe3a595406010ce5f2cf9ae0337ba2b3851732a4c
Message ID: <Pine.3.05.9307280456.C18722-a100000@jupiter>
Reply To: <9307280401.AA20503@netcom5.netcom.com>
UTC Datetime: 1993-07-28 07:23:00 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 28 Jul 93 00:23:00 PDT

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From: Nickey MacDonald <i6t4@jupiter.sun.csd.unb.ca>
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 93 00:23:00 PDT
To: "Timothy C. May" <tcmay@netcom.com>
Subject: Re: Talking to Reporters, and Which Ones?
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On Tue, 27 Jul 1993, Timothy C. May wrote:

> Well here I just have to disagree completely. It's just a plain and
> simple fact that these sorts of magazines--"Wired" and its
> cousins--are having an enormous impact on folks. This is how many of our
> List members first learned of this List, this is how much of the
> crypto debate is being framed, and this is where interested readers
> will turn for information. (To the list I would add "Mondo 2000,"
> "Boing Boing," "Communications of the ACM," and a few other mags and
> journals.)

[A shameless plug for a favorite magazine...]

I actually learned about the list from an article in _Boardwatch_ magazine.
It has had pretty good coverage of PGP and the issues surrounding TLA "BBS

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