Women Surpass Men Online

kelley kwalker2 at gte.net
Fri Aug 11 09:15:16 PDT 2000

At 07:32 AM 8/10/00 +0100, you wrote: Important development. Presumably like the telephone this has now become user-friendly enough to be an aid to communication. The internet as a realm for male techno-freaks is less the picture.

Email lists where issues of power and influence are contested, may remain dominated by men, because of social condition of this role. I suggest.

Chris Burford



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