1995-10-06 - Re: Web “places” and the media monsters

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From: Lyle_Seaman@transarc.com
To: steven@echonyc.com
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UTC Datetime: 1995-10-06 14:16:38 UTC
Raw Date: Fri, 6 Oct 95 07:16:38 PDT

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From: Lyle_Seaman@transarc.com
Date: Fri, 6 Oct 95 07:16:38 PDT
To: steven@echonyc.com
Subject: Re: Web "places" and the media monsters
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Steven Levy <steven@echonyc.com> writes:
> A tiny correction to Vladimir's interesting posting. It wasn't J.Gilmore 
> I quoted on the "Titanic deck chair" in the NY Times, it was J.Barlow, 
> who indeed has a propensity for soundbyte. 

Which is not to say that the quote originated there.  My father-in-law
used to refer to Wang Labs that way, back in the mid-80's, and I'm
fairly sure that he picked it up at Memorex.  And the meme goes on...