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Private life in cyberspace

I have lived most of my life in a small Wyoming town, where there is little of the privacy which both insulates and isolates suburbanites. Anyone in Pinedale who is interested in me or my doings can get most of that information in the Wrangler Café. Between them, any five customers could probably produce all that is known locally about me—including a number of items that are well known but not true. me—including a number of items that are well known but not true.

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