Letters to the Zone
We're with You Except Maybe on the Spandex
Date: Mon, 02 Sep 1996 21:00:05 +0000
From: Robert Ballot <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Very funny stuff. But, you know what, in spite of all
the gibes, 10cc,
Kansas, Yes and Styx were all actually quite good at what they did:
music. And I'd love to see Pat Benatar in spandex again sometime
Sometimes We're Not Sure Either
Date: Mon, 26 Aug 1996 14:06:50 -0700
From: Ramlah Din <email@example.com>
Organization: Pusat Komputer, UUM
Subject: feedback - I'm tired
I really don't know what's it actually happening around
but please help me because I'm so tired already of thinking
Please make it simpler, I find it hard to
Subject: Why no respond?
I think I begin to like your game.
Do you read me?
Subject: Chow dulu - understand?
See you tomorrow.
We Knew Someone Would Eventually Notice All That Content
Date: Tue, 13 Aug 1996 02:50:37 -0400
From: Jeffrey Erlich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thank you for putting content on the net. I've been looking
something interesting to read on the net for 3 or 4 years now, and
Enterzone is the first thing interesting enough to keep me up 3 hours
past my bedtime. :)
I really liked 8
minutes. Although I haven't yet discovered the mobius
strip symbolism?? Maybe Martha is just an Escher
Keep it up.
Date: Thu, 4 Jul 1996 09:49:16 -0400
more art with less matter
Usually Don't Publish Bulletins but He's Brief
Date: Sun, 23 Jun 1996 02:15:02 -0700
From: peter rosvik <email@example.com>
Great site you have! My artsite is updated, you are welcome
to visit it
HovrÉttsesplanaden 3 B 2
FIN-65100 Vasa, Finland
Phone: +358 (9)61 3122067
Fax: +358 (9)61 3122067
Think of the Movie Deals Lost in the Mail
Date: Mon, 01 Jul 1996 22:07:48 -0700
From: jedgar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pretty amazing to be one of the rare web sites to make
Yorker, only to change your URL just prior to publication.
We'd Trade All the Kudos for Some Writing by Kia Mennie
in a New York Minute
Date: Wed, 19 Jun 1996 02:16:39 -0400
a thousand hasty congratulations on your well-deserved
Gotta Remember That One (Broke My Elbow)
Date: Wed, 12 Jun 1996 18:19:26 -0400
i came across the zone, and am VERY interested in learning
more about it. I broke my elbow, so i can't write much now -
BUT, i'm interested in knowing more about the people who
work and create for the zone - the authors if you will. are you/they a
berkeley students? What programs/areas of study? how did they get involved?
if you could gather up some responses...i'd REALLY appreciate it.
i'm an artist trapped in a world that i chose to join,
but no longer
understand. i want to find out more about other worlds. do you think
someone can share some insight?
OK, let's see: briefly. One of us, the webmaster, was
around that time a graduate student in the Archaeology department. Another
one of us, the managing editor, went to U.C. Berkeley at two different
times in her life, but we were never affiliated with Berkeley, our original
server there was semi-official, and we are now hosted by AALN
and have our own domain name (ezone.org). Our contributors come from all
over the U.S. and from abroad. Mostly they approached us originally, although
the contributors to the first few episodes were mainly people I personally
asked to contribute. Hope this helps.
Aw, You Had To Say That... (thanks)
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 1996 09:14:27 -0400
From: Michael Joyce <MIJOYCE@vassar.edu>
Organization: Vassar College
X-Mailer: Mozilla 2.0 (Macintosh; I; PPC)
the new ezone is spectacular, very beautifully designed
and rich with
writing. What a pleasure!
Date: Tue, 14 May 1996 12:18:35 -0800
From: Jeffrey Hull <email@example.com>
I'd like to personally invite you to the birth of Nutscape,
electro-organic design cytoplasm. It was unearthed by one Jeffrey
Blair Hull, mad-genius and art-guy.
From a Private Follow-Up to the Previous
>One of these days I'm going to experiment; start at
an arbitrary page, go
>to one of its links, go to another link from the second site, etc.,
>how far I can go. Maybe try it w/ a few different starting points.
>is not a new idea, it's simply "surfing", but I haven't really
done this in
>a big way.
>I'm stumbling through my own writing efforts w/ a local writing group;
>besides being entertaining, perhaps this experiment would be a useful
>trigger for ideas. Sort of a zen writing exercise.
Definitely. I've had people describe Enterzone (or the
entire Web) as a huge hyper-novel. There's something to that.
You Like Us. You Really Like Us>
Date: Sun, 28 Apr 1996 15:13:38 -0700
From: D.Collmer@m.cc.utah.edu (D.Collmer)
Best Discoveries on the Web, 1996:
Who woulda thought? So much creativity and intelligence
graces the net!
(And so much of that from the hands of deadheads :-) )
Keep up the good work. Enterzone is a nice find, indeed.