From: Lisa Dusseault (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Oct 02 2000 - 18:32:09 PDT
How would you know? Have you looked through all the garbage to find the
sonnet(s) -- which could be any sonnet?
If only the 'net had a more effective way for the ineffective material to
"die out" we'd have something more akin to natural selection. I guess
search sites that rate hit-popularity, and then sort on that basis, are
making a stab at it, although I'm sure if I knew their rating mechanisms I
wouldn't be happy about it.
But that's partly because I spent all day, and most of the weekend,
reviewing DAV versioning. *grumble* Now there's a non-sonnet. Although
it's something, and mostly sensical something. So there. Somewhere.
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> Subject: Re: Too strange not to spread.
> The Net is, of course, proof that half a billion monkeys, typing
> won't produce even a single sonnet.
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