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Dear Editor:
In defense of ILW.COM and the litany of complaint mail they have received and graciously published in order to inform ILW.COM readers that there is a simple solution to their technological troubles, and in response to Eugene J. Flynn's scathing critique of ILW.COM's web designer, perhaps Mr. Flynn should direct his wrath toward those, including himself it appears, who seem to be technologically challenged, and to either keep up with current software or to get off the bus. I wonder if Mr. Flynn still drives a horse and buggy to work, or insists on using the MS-DOS operating system in favor of Windows for his operating system, or a 12 baud modem, or 64MB of RAM . . . . the internet will not work with those either and neither will sophisticated websites such as ILW.COM has designed work with old browsers. The ILW.COM site works quite well for the rest of us who are willing pony up a buck or two for new hardware and software - or in the case of Microsoft Explorer, download it free of charge from the Microsoft website. Keep up the good work ILW.COM, and don't be intimidated by sobbing sallies who whine because they refuse to come into the 21st century.

David Murray
Somewhere out in Cyberspace



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