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student life • An Ole Miss student e-maiis at one of the ter- minals in the J.D. Clint Smith Student finds himself addicted to e-mai by John scanlon A good friend of mine las recently convinced me that I must come forward with a harsh truth. I am an e-mail addict. I now know I must confess this newly realized vice. Facing up to my weakness is the first step of many to help me, hopefully, one day, achieve I started off casually — just e- mailing every once in a while, you know, socially. In the beginning, I had one or two friends that had gone and signed up one day at Powers Hall, just like I had, for a lack of anyting better to do, trying to stretch that activity fee dol- lar. Since I don ' t even own a computer, I would just check mv e-mail every tew months from a friend ' s room on cam- pus. And I don ' t know how and I don ' t know when, but I ' ve become an addict. It seems so harmless starting out. You get the first couple of hits for free. It takes no time and you ' re not really interest- ed in the whole cyberspce world. But now I know that after graduation, I will de- mand access. From the Oct. 29, 1997, edi- 62 student life
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e-mailing@olemiss E-mail unites faculty, staff and students y susan sprott The increasing role )f computers in everyday ife is more than evident as t is at The University of Mississippi. Internet access has ncreased for the past sever- il years and now students ■ven have the option to reg- ister for classes on the Ole Miss web site. Not only is registra- tion offered on the internet, but also information about teachers , students, scholar- ships, sports events, and social activities. Even the campus newspaper, The Daily Mississippian may be read i.i the internet. Se era] tea hers take ad antage ol new comput- • i fa llitics b) conduc ting class acti ities on the stu- dents ' e-mail accounts 1 le( tronii mail allows teachers to commu- nicate with their students outside oi class and on the weekends which would otherw ise be impossible I his grow ing intei t-st of both students and fa ii 1 1 en ouraged the addition ol computes ter minals in the librarj and mort ' ad .nn ed equipment in the already existing Weir 1 [all computer lab. • The main center on campus to check e-mail and research on the internet was the Weir Computer Lab. Every dormitory room was wired for internet and e-mail access for students who had computers in their rooms. • John Scanlon describes himself as an email addict. See story on Page 62. student life 63
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