Magazine article The World and I

Some Thanks from Our Readers

Magazine article The World and I

Some Thanks from Our Readers

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To the Editor:

Several years back, I spent much of my free time relaxing with your thought-provoking articles. I was forced to let my subscription lapse when I went back to finish my Ph.D. Now that that is behind me, I can again enjoy the fruits of your labor. Keep up the good work. J.D.E., via E-mail

To the Editor:

Just wanted to thank you for putting the articles in electronic format. I have struggled finding past articles for speeches and research work. (I knew I had read them somewhere ... but where?) I wouldn't give up the paper version, but this makes my work a whole lot easier.

Tom Kerestes, via E-mail

To the Editor:

You have an excellent magazine. I also receive Smithsonian and National Geographic, and with your magazine I feel like a "complete reader."

J.H. Laliberte, via E-mail

To the Editor:

I am a college professor who teaches Argumentative Research English classes. I currently teach at a community college, but before I worked at the university I attended to get my degrees. While a student, I used your essays to educate myself and classmates on past and current issues. When taking a mythology class and studying the many myths of world cultures, I used your magazine to write research papers, perform presentations, and teach undergraduates. I cannot tell you what a gem I find in your magazine service. It is like opening up a mine full of gold and other surprises when I read each issue. Having such a wonderful world of resources at my fingertips makes education for my students and myself convenient and fun. Also, the Web site is an added bonus. I cannot tell you how much I have enjoyed your "Millennial Moments" CD- ROM. Thank you and all your staff for the great resources of research you perform and present. I have introduced your magazine to our local high school, our community college librarian, and the university I attended and taught at while attaining my degrees. …

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