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Subject:     Re: Zundelsite response
Sent:        1/5/96 12:50 PM
To:          Ingrid Rimland,
CC:          Ken McVay,
             Hilary Ostrov,

Ingrid Rimland wrote:

[IR's text deleted because she has not given consent to make it public]

Thank you very much.

Yesterday, I said that it would be possible to grab all 67 files
together at once, for convenience's sake.  Well, the program took me a
bit longer to write than I thought it would, but it works now.  That URL

That single large file may be more convenient for you to send to Mr.
Zuendel.  The main URL for the QAR, though, is still:

I am very excited by the prospect of "revisionists" finally agreeing to
engage in a little back-and-forth communication with us.  As I mentioned
to Bradley Smith a while back, I see the web as a "publication" medium,
not well-suited to discussion or debate.  Usenet is by far easier to use
if one wishes to discuss something, because that's what it was designed
for.  But since all major revisionists refuse to participate in Usenet,
the web is the next-best thing.

Getting a discussion going on a medium designed for publication will
involve a lot of work, needless work in my opinion, but I'm still glad
to see that we're taking the first steps.  Anything is better than
nothing.  And I hope the cross-linking between our sites continues for a
long time to come.

Cc'd to my co-webmaster, to the director of the Nizkor Project, and to
the Committee for Open Debate On the Holocaust.

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