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Date: Wed, 25 Aug 1999 15:08:46 -0400 (EDT)
From: ValueWeb Abuse [abuse@gonk.valueweb.net]
To: jodi@jodi.org
cc: dijo2@valueweb.net
Subject: Important Account Information
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It has come to my attention that someone has been posting:
To newsgroups, chatrooms..etc.  As you are aware, this page contains a
malicious javascript that crashes the browser.  This is in violation of
the ValueWeb AUP which includes:
Use of ValueWeb's connection in a manner that is disruptive, damaging,
unlawful, offensive, or intrusive as determined by ValueWeb shall be
considered a breach of this Policy and may result in cancellation of
Please remove this offending link/page and refrain from posting it in the
future.  Failure to remove the link/page, or more occurences of this type
of issue will result in account termination.
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Posted by Jackie on 06:59:07 9/06/99:

Dear Jodi,

I would like Jodi to recieve this email, but due to the confusing nature of this site, i'm not sure if they will read it, i hope they do...


I am currently writing a dissertation on art and the internet and i would be interested to know your opinion on something...

In an interview I read, Alexei Shulgin talks about pure and genuine creative communication, and how this is the basic driving force behind man making art...

I was wondering if you think that humans have an natural desire to look for new ways to communicate. A creative drive to explore and experiment with new methods of communication?

I would be really interested to find out what you thought about this

thanks for your time,

Jackie Beamiss

(postgrad student of information management in Glasgow)

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