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Date:Sat, 11 Jan 1997 12:51:42
From: Andrey Ozharovs
1) Are you aware of International Discussion Club - Moscow or Belarus Magic News?
2) How often do you update your "News"?
3) Do you support any mailing lists?
(Thanks for the note, Andrey. In response:
1) I am now - thanks!
2) Not often enough, I'm afraid. But I try to post something new at least weekly.
3) Not yet, but soon, I hope.
Date:Wed, 4 Dec 1996 21:11:59
Message: I was searching around for info on Karl Marx to do a report and low and behold the search popped up here. I read some things and I think you're cool. Really! I like poetry and I love writing that makes me think. Hey do you put everyone who wants to be on the guestpage on? I have some friends who I will certainly tell about this:)
Date: Mon, 2 Dec 1996 10:54:04
From: Michael Eck
Message: Nice site. Check this out
Date: Sun, 1 Dec 1996 18:55:44
From: Shanna Cannaday
Message: Excellent Pages!
Date: Fri, 16 Aug 1996 20:20:26
From: Grace Burns
Message: Interesting, informative, and useful. Thanks.
Grace Burns, UCSB Alumni
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 03:07:00
From: Tom Myers, Anchorage
Message: Everything that I've read from your reports has been accurate and truthful to my own experiences in Russia around Moscow.
Date: Mon, 24 Jun 1996 17:27:17
From: Michael Osyczka
Message: Please keep up the good work that you are doing! With all the changes that are going on throughout the world, we need now, more than ever, to keep all people informed through this amazing form of electronic communication!
Date: Mon, 17 June 1996 14:47
From: Sandeep Mitra
Message:I think it is positively RIDICULOUS that your site claims to carry news items from "Asia" and all items in it are items from China, Hong Kong and a few assorted East Asian and South-East Asian countries. You should be aware that Asia is a huge continent and more than 1.3 billion (yes, BILLION) people live in the South Asian sub-continent comprised of India and her neighbors. The complete lack of information and news items from this area - which may not contain any major "nuclear powers" or "economic tigers" as yet, but probably will very soon - is appalling. More importantly, your site - by claiming to contain news items from Asia and excluding this area entirely - is MISLEADING, to say the very least. I suggest you change your nomenclature to "East Asia". Thank you.
(You make a thought-provoking point, Sandeep, and I thank you for it. Rather than limit the news category with a qualified "East Asia," I will seek to expand the news items to cover other southern Asian countries, including India [certainly a spiritual powerhouse, if not economic or nuclear].
Of course, you may have surmised looking elsewhere on my pages that my primary interest is Russia, since that is where I was based as a journalist. But the former Soviet republics, China, and indeed ALL of Asia will be major moving forces into the millenium.
Thanks once more for writing. Come visit again, and please share any news items from anywhere in the world you think I should post for the 1000s of business, media and academic visitors to my site. - Steve)
Date: Tue, 7 May 1996 21:34
From: Oksana Howard
Message: Your page is great. For a native Russian and an American citizen this is great to have for a number of reasons. Have it updated, keep up with the pace and more people will come to you. Thanks for all the work you have done.
Oksana Howard, Montana
Date: Fri, 26 Apr 1996 23:45:44
From: Anton Guranda
Message: I just read your notes from Moscow and find them pretty interesting but a little bit American. What is your impression about nowadays Russia? Anything to remember looking at the California sky?
(Thanks for the visit to my page, Anton. For all its good & bad baggage, I am an American; so, predictably, is my perspective. Beneath the sunny blue skies of Santa Barbara, my Russian friends feel very far. - Steve)
Date: Thu, 18 Apr 1996 17:41
From: Tor-Bjorn Fjellner
Message: Hello, A very nice page, indeed. But now I have checked it for a couple of days, and it seems to remain unchanged. For me as a reader, it would be valuable to have a date stamp on the page (or at each item?). I really hope, that you are still updating this URL, if so I will visit it regularly!
Tor-Bjorn Fjellner, Sweden
(Thanks for the note, Tor-Bjorn. I have been a little behind updating the page, but your suggestion is a good one. From here on, I will post an "updated on" notice at the top of each news page. I plan a major update this weekend. Please come visit again. - Steve)
Date: Thu, 04 Apr 1996 08:36:35
From: Brenda C., Slocum Independent School District
Hello, I'm a freshman in high school and I have been reading some of your work on the internet. I just wanted you to know I really enjoy your work.
(Thanks for the kind words, Brenda. You made my day shine. - Steve)
Date: Tue, 19 Mar 1996 20:26:04
From: Duh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Comment: Dear Steve,
You have been identified as an official "Bozo on the Web." Congratulations, and please......GET A LIFE!
(Thank you, Duh, for visiting my page and finding it worthy of your rather dubious recognition. I did a quick search of "Bozos" on Alta Vista, and found some 9,934 listings - alas, not one of them mine. Please notify the search engine so they might rectify this omission. - Steve)
Date: Mon, 18 Mar 1996 01:01:11
From: Miss Kawana Teshon Harris
Comment: I like this homepage. It is Very useful information to me because I'm just breaking into the journalism/PR world of communications. Thanks !!
Date: Mon, 18 Mar 1996 01:01:11
From: Mikhail Soutchanski
Comment: Hello! I walked around your server and enjoyed by your "Reporter's Notebook" and news. Wonderful server which shows that professional journalists can construct much better Internet sites than ordinary webmasters.
I am trying to find e-mail/fax number of Steven Erlangen, "New York Tymes" correspondent in Moscow to ask him for a copy (permission to reproduce) of his paper "To Russia with Caution", published in NY Tymes last summer. If you know how to reach him, please advise me. Thanks !
Visit Russia Phototrack .
Date: Thu, 7 Mar 1996 18:10:35
From: Sara Sacks, USA
Comment: It will be nice if you can add us to your GREAT! page. Our company has Talking Russian/English translators. Great for students, travelers, business people etc. Other languages are available. Visit us here. Thanks.
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 1996 18:24:16 -0800
From: Michael Warshaw
Comment: Wow, this is an incredible resource, especially for my current project! I am currently researching whether or not public media has any effect on post-Soviet Russian international relations, especially where China/Asia/Pacific Rim nations are concerned. I would love to get some of the sources that post news here, especially Russian sources. Anything generated in Russia would be of the greatest help! Thank you so much for providing this resource!
Michael E. Warshaw, AA
3rd year Political Science, University of California, Riverside
Date: Wed, 03 Jan 1996 11:05:55 -0800
From: Peter Palms
Comment: Nice pages. If you would like to give our URL a link I invite it. Palms' Portal
Date: Mon, 25 Dec 1995 14:53:06 -0800
From: Igor Tsives
Comment: Your page does look good. I liked it alot. If appropriate, please include my URL:
San Francisco Russian Community
Editor of SBARC
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