Letters: Aug. 10, 1998


In your article about the Internet's being the newest way to shop [THE INTERNET ECONOMY, July 20], you said computers will replace shopping malls because they make buying things faster and cheaper. But the entire point of shopping is to spend leisure time with friends while doing something necessary. Shopping is not just a quick task. It is an entire way of life. JENNIFER DIIORIO, age 14 New York City

While everyone debates how Internet commerce will affect big companies like Sears, there's no question that it has been a boon to small firms. Since our company...

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