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Subject: RE: UKNM: New Year's Eve On-line Extravaganzas
From: Jo Chipchase
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 1999 10:53:02 GMT

I can't be bothered with all this millennium palaver. I was sick of
hearing about it by Easter !

>Is anyone likely to be online on New Year's Eve?
>Whilst I've no evidence to back it up, I wonder whether this will be the
>quietest evening online for years....?
>Thoughts anyone?
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Richard Longhurst [richard [dot] longhurstatfuturenet [dot] co [dot] uk (mailto:richard [dot] longhurstatfuturenet [dot] co [dot] uk)]
> > Sent: 17 November 1999 10:26
> > To: uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com
> > Subject: UKNM: New Year's Eve On-line Extravaganzas
> >
> >
> > Hello,
> > I'm contributing to an end-of-year Daily Telegraph supplement
> > all about
> > groovy things to do on New Year's Eve (apart from getting hammered and
> > throwing up). My parts of the piece cover everything from
> > video games to
> > keep the kids quiet (and awake until midnight) to on-line parties and
> > events. So if anyone's working on a big New Year's Eve
> > blow-out that has
> > something remotely related to technology or the Net, please
> > drop me a line
> > at rlonghurstatfuturenet [dot] co [dot] uk.
> > Thanks,
> > Richard>

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  RE: UKNM: New Year's Eve On-line Extrava, Wallace, Darren

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