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From: Jonathan Bardin
Subject: correction to the Crimson
Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2005 06:25:00 -0500
To: Jonathan Bardin
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Today, in an article covering The Daily Jolt website, the site's url is
listed as crimson.thedailyjolt.com.
It is actually crimson.dailyjolt.com.
More importantly, this email makes certain assumptions. It assumes that I am actually interested in the Daily Jolt. It assumes that I am technologically ignorant, since I would not be able to find the website without an email telling it to me. It also assumes that around 6:30 this morning, I was reading The Crimson's article about the website, as opposed to more productive activity (like sleeping).