Letters to the Editor

We would like to invite letters in response to this issue: remarks concerning the journal's format, articles, multimedia projects and editorials are welcome. All comments will be published in our second issue in fall 1994.

We are now inviting submissions from all disciplines for our third issue, on the medical industry. Send inquiries/submissions to <cultronix@eserver.org> or our US mail address:

Cultronix
English Department, CMU
Baker Hall 259, Frew Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890 USA


Date:    Tue, 18 Apr 95 12:51:57 MET DST
To:      cultronix@eserver.org
Subject: How do I?
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Is it possible to get the article "Colonizing Virtual Reality" by
Chris Chesner as ftp?

Or how do I get otherwise?

Signe Svenningsen
signels@coco.ihi.ku.dk
Signe,

It's possible to get any Cultronix article by FTP, Gopher or via the world-wide web. Because the articles are written in HTML, however, you may find it easiest to read them using a web browser. The URL addresses are:

The folders you find there are named after each Cultronix author. You will not be able to open the folders of works not yet published (we assemble upcoming issues online here, but only make them public when each issue is released), but should have no difficulty accessing "Colonizing Virtual Reality".

The Editors


Date:    Thu, 20 Apr 95 17:36:32 -0700
To:      cultronix@eserver.org
Subject: Cultronix Comment
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yinz are cool.
room 1229 is cool.
want more.
desiring machine engaged.

mac girl

Date:    Sun, 23 Apr 95 23:57:52 -700
To:      cultronix@eserver.org
Subject: Great site!
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Hi!  Keep up the good work.  Your site is spectacular!

Please add a link to Starting Point.
http://www.stpt.com.

Thanks!  I wish you the best.

signed,
Ken Wruk
kenw@stpt.com

Date:    Wed, 3 May 95 13:22:45 -0700
To:      cultronix@eserver.org
Subject: Cultronix Comment
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having found you i'm quite interested in the contents of your
periodical. I'd like to say the name appeals to me. Note that 'nix' in
Dutch, officially written as 'niks' means 'nothing'. The spelling with
an 'x' was first introduced by the punk-rockers but is nowadays used
for a new generation of authors - the nix-generatie. Outside
literature one speaks 'in Holland' of the 'french fries generation'
meaning quite generally, young people without stamina.  I didnt mean
to apply this words to the prouts of 'Cultronics'

cees paul

Date:    Wed, 17 May 95 13:33:15 -0700
To:      cultronix@eserver.org
Subject: Cultronix Comment
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I am disappointed that your 2nd issue has not yet been published. I
was informed about the issues being covered over 2 months ago and have
been waiting breathlessly in anticipation and yet it has not arrived
on-line.  I realize you work hard to publicate; I just wanted you to 
know there are those of us who anxiously await your next issue.
Thank You.

kmiller
We are happy to release issue two, with more articles that originally planned, but the length and complexity of the issues surrounding "Deviant Subjects" required us to use care in assembling this project. Look for our next issue in summer, and we have further issues in production soon to follow.

The Editors


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May, 1995

Cultronix
English Department, CMU
259 Baker Hall, Frew St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890

Dear Cultronix Editors,

Signed,

(name)
(e-mail)



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