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Subject: RE: UKNM: freeserve numbers - comments anyone?
From: Carol Dukes
Date: Mon, 23 Nov 1998 17:13:18 +0000 (GMT)

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From: Ray Taylor [tayloratnmcadplan [dot] com (mailto:tayloratnmcadplan [dot] com)]

>On the subject of ordinary people, why are there not any decent sites of any
>size aimed at women in the UK?

So women are "ordinary" are they Ray? ;-)

I'm intrigued to know what you think a site aimed at women would offer.
Knitting patterns? Gynaecology.com?

I find that there are already quite a lot of sites offering content
interesting to women (as well as men.) Women read newspapers, women have
bank accounts, women buy cars, women go to the cinema
(http://www.popcorn.co.uk) and women enjoy gameshows

Of course there is still much room for improvement in what the Internet in
its totality offers non-technical consumers, but I'm not convinced that this
is any more of a problem for women than for men.

Carol Dukes
Managing Director, Carlton Online Ltd

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