[thechat] City dwellers...

Erika Meyer emeyer at lclark.edu
Tue Feb 19 10:59:07 CST 2002

Joe, I've not noticed this _at_all_.

Granted, I started Evolting while living in a town of 12,000....

but I'm in Portland now, and I consider that to be a "large" city.
Adrian is in Buffalo, NY.  I consider that large, also.  I thought
you said you were in San Diego?  and Shirley is in Sacramento... not
the cow town you might think it is...  Marlene in Palo Alto (moved
from D.C.)

I consider all these places to be big cities...

but then I grew up in the middle of a redwood forest...


>on 2/19/2002 7:10 AM, matthew garrett at matthew.garrett at snet.net wrote:
>>  I'm not going to Seybold, but if there are any other NY area people I'll
>>  come in for beervolt. You don't hear much from New Yorkers on thelist...
>What is the lack of strong activity on evolt from people in larger cities
>due to?
>I've been working on a theory that the larger the city, the more in-grown
>opportunities to network (think wwwac, noend, web405, etc) - so less of the
>folks in larger cities are drawn to evolt.
>Does this theory make sense to anyone? Or is it completely baseless?
>     - Joe <http://artlung.com/>


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