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Volume 1.2 Front Page

The contents of this Web site are copyright  1996 J.Net Productions, a focus group in Professor Howard Besser's Fall 1996 Infosys 296A class at UC Berkeley.

From the Editor:

J.Net has been an interesting experiment as a class assignment. It has been illuminating to see how much and how little a group of people can do no the Web. In this, our final issue, we ruminate about things we could have done, things we wouldn't have done, and things we would have done differently.

This Issue's Highlights

J.Net is now a completed project. If you're reading this it's probably on some archive of the class that Howard Besser has. Hope you enjoy.

v1.0. Our mission statement, Why I hate Wired, e.Mediate, reading list first cut.

v1.1. Lossy Compression, Dark Alliance, Why Hotwired is Cool, MSNB What's the Point?, e-zine survey, Z.Web, lotsa links

v1.2. Final thoughts, Final Projects, Digital Dark Ages.