Back in the early 1990’s, e-mail had already been on ARPANet and other closed government and academic dial-up lines for about two decades. The new AOL, Prodigy and other e-mail services were starting to roll out to the popular culture. That’s when the trouble started. People who had never written a letter before in their life were suddenly sending out torrents of illiterate nonsense. Read this post in My Notes.
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