Tuesday Cafe Log - 4/2/96

   Netoric's Tuesday Cafe log, 02 April 1996  --  tc040296.log

Tari shows slide #1.

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     We now pause briefly for introductions.
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JanetC laughs at mday [The Cognomial].
JaniceW giggles and wiggles her toes.
GregS is Greg Siering, Ball State University.
barrym [to Marcy]: unless it Slips away
barrym is Barry Maid, U. of Arkansas at Little Rock
Tari Fanderclai, Boston
mday is Michael Day, South Dakota Tech
slang is Susan Lang, SIUCarbondale
Nic is Nick Noakes an ESL teacher at the Hong Kong Univeristy of Sci & Tech
true is true, UF
love is jane love, UF
JaniceW is, uh, who am I again?  Oh, yeah, Janice Walker, U. of S. FL.
rlong is richard long, buffalo, daemen college
Flame_Guest says, "flame guest is Shea Joy, UFlorida"
EggMan is a Newbe, John Eckm, University of Washington, Seattle
Effluvia  is CHris Boese at Rensselaer
cath is Catherine Spann - u of Arkansas at Little Rock - hi y'all!
JanetC is Janet Cros from Cal State Northridge (doing without emacs tonight
douglas is douglas eyman, soon to be independent scholar
Amber_Guest is mal fromUF
judi is Judith Kirkpatrick, Kapi'olani Community College, Honolulu
JaniceW tries to comfort JanetC.
Marcy is Marcy Bauman, Um-Dearborn and the Milwaukee Art Museum
Nan is Nan from Utah State
Eric is eric crump university of missouri, usa
calypso is jeff galin at U of Pittsburgh
Cerulean_Guest is Tamara from UF
Indigo_Guest says, "Indigo Guest is Daniel Norton in Arlington, VA."
TKraus(e) is tim krause, from Purdue
JoelE is joel a. english of Ball State (Siering University).
JanetC smiles at JaniceW.
rlong [to doug]: that's a nice position!
Turquoise_Guest is from a swampy university
Ruan materializes out of thin air.
rlong waves ruan
Fuchsia_Guest is Rebecca Moss (rmoss) , UF
Ruan waves
Marcy waves ruan.

Tari shows slide #2.

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              Welcome to Netoric's Tuesday Cafe Discussion
                            April 2, 1996


                           CCCC's Reports

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Teal_Guest is Matthew McKinzie, of the University of Florida
Ruan  clucks duckily
SCog materializes out of thin air.
JanetC nudges douglas and says, "independent...cool...I think."
Nan eaves to answer rl door
GregS shushes joel, since the power transfer isn't official yet
barrym waves to SCog.
rlong waves and waves and waves to SCog

Tari shows slide #3.

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      Tonight we want to hear from those who attended last week's
      CCCC's--either in person or virtually. What did you encounter
      that's new and exciting and relevant to computers and writing?
      What did you see that troubled you? How does computers and
      writing seem to fit into the field of composition at this time?
      Where do we need to do concentrate research and other efforts?

      And of course, if you couldn't make the conference, here's your
      chance to question those who did.

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Note: This is the beginning of the log from the 2 April 1996 Tuesday Cafe. The full log can be obtained by sending e-mail to Greg Siering with the file name (tc040296.log) as part of the message body. See the following Catalog Page for a listing of logs for 1996 and for Greg Siering's e-mail address. You can also visit the Index Page for a more extensive listing of Tuesday Cafe logs.