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Michael Doyle and Eolas

From: <techno@solar.sky.net>
Date: Wed, 23 Aug 1995 01:09:05 -0500
Message-Id: <199508230609.BAA02822@sky.net>
To: www-talk@w3.org
Hello all,

I've been watching the posts here with great interest.  I've also been working 
with Alan Richmond over at the WDVL on putting together a new webzine for 
developers, that will be available through the WDVL.  Our first issue will be 
available on Sept. 15, at the WDVL sight.  

I contacted Dr. Doyle and he has agreed to do an interview with me for the first 
issue.  In the sincere hope that my mailbox won't be overflowing, I'd like to 
offer the opportunity, for any of you that would like to suggest some possible 
questions:  If you would like to e-mail me with your ideas, please feel free to 
do so.  

If you are going to send me ideas for questions, please put some thought into 
them.  I would like to conduct the interview, in a completely unbiased manner.  
But it would be good to have some input, as to what the major concerns out there 
might be.  If you are just sending mail that slams Dr. Doyle and Eolas, I really 
don't want it!  
You can submit your ideas from now through August 27.  

If we put some thought into it, we can make this a beneficial interview for all 
concerned.  It will probably also save me about ten messages a day in an already 
cluttered e-mail box!  I'm looking forward to hearing from you.


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