Issue 63, 1998

People complain that the Internet is cold, impersonal, and not reflective of true American culture. If you're looking for some warmth and humanity on the Web, check out American Folk. This site is packed full of essays and profiles of unique Americans, truly representing the rainbow that makes up our country. I particularly enjoyed the RealAudio snippets that accompany some essays, so you can hear 86-year-old Anton Pramberger describe the pride he feels about his woodwork or Ethan Robinson explain why branding is a part of his brotherhood. A nice slow spot on the information superhighway. (polished/RSF)
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