To Our Readers: Jun. 5, 1995

Like most TIME correspondents, David S. Jackson is used to being a stranger in a strange land. During six years of reporting in Africa, the Middle East and Asia, he has survived a sandstorm in Sudan, dodged camels in Saudi Arabia and sampled dog soup in Korea. But it was only after he returned to the U.S. that Jackson took up his most exotic post of all.

Since 1992 Jackson has spearheaded our coverage of computers and other high technology, and that makes him TIME's chief correspondent in cyberspace. The job has forced him to navigate a bafflingly complex electronic terrain,...

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