|•||Even those people who did not display any interest with just the concept or the paper prototype model began showing interest as the web site began to appear.|
|•||As a result, while being small, an on-line community which we thought had the potential to grow was established. Some evangelists ( Cohill 1997) came forward by themselves to cooperate with the operation.|
|•||Many areas which could only be grasped in a very abstract way with the paper prototype model, for example, what the exhibitors and visitors would be hoping for in detail, the amount of work involved and how much it would cost, the necessary make-up of an effective management team, became clear.|
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