Stories from the 1990s

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YUKON TERRITORY Our congratulations and thanks to Canada, no finer AA exists. This far-flung society of ours has the odd quality of being everywhere the same, yet everywhere so different. We AAs are totally alike, whether by regions or by nations. This, of course,... June 1993
Your Move - Responses from Readers on the Topic of "Online AA" from the May 1996 Grapevine I found your online article to be both informative and interesting. I'm currently not online, though perhaps in the future I'll have that opportunity. Do I feel excluded? Only in the sense that I do in not being able to attend a meeting in Akron,... Kathie C. December 1996
Your Move - Responses from Readers on the Topic of "Online AA" from the May 1996 Grapevine Thank you so much for your comprehensive article on a rapidly expanding area of communication. I view myself as a "traditionalist" as I relate to the Big Book, the Twelve Steps and Traditions, face-to-face meetings, service work, sponsorship, and "... Eddie D. December 1996
Your Move - Responses from Readers on the Topic of "Online AA" from the May 1996 Grapevine As a member of an online AA group and an editor, I compliment the Grapevine staff for the work of researching, writing, editing, and refining an undoubted wealth of information into a concise, thorough, well-organized, and thoughtful pair of... E. Alan L. December 1996
Your Move - Responses from Readers on the Topic of "Online AA" from the May 1996 Grapevine I'm just pleased as punch (unspiked, of course), about your online article. It really captured the essence of what us "cybernuts" are doing on the Internet in relation to AA. I get a special feeling talking through my keyboard to AAs all over the... Cajun December 1996
Your Move - Responses from Readers on the Topic of "Online AA" from the May 1996 Grapevine It is said, by some anyway, that when a person gets older he or she tends to get grumpier, crankier, and more prone to criticize. I guess I qualify. I'll be seventy-five tomorrow, thanks to my Higher Power, and have been sober in AA for more than... Fred S. December 1996
Your Move - Responses from Readers on the Topic of "Online AA" from the May 1996 Grapevine I wanted to thank you for your special feature in the May Grapevine. I look to online meetings as another enhancement to my continual sobriety, but by no means are they replacements for face-to-face meetings. But for me, being legally deaf and... Michael M. December 1996
Your Move - Responses from Readers on the Topic of "Online AA" from the May 1996 Grapevine Responses from readers on the topic of "Online AA" from the May 1996 Grapevine. I'm not much of a letter writer, but I resented the May 1996 issue of the Grapevine. I'd been out of town for a few weeks and was looking forward to getting the new... Kathleen O. December 1996
Your Move - Responses from Readers on the Topic of "Online AA" from the May 1996 Grapevine Thank you so much for the articles about online AA. I just celebrated my fifteenth year of sobriety, one day at a time, and it was online meetings that got me to go back to face-to-face meetings. I am once again very active in my home group, thanks... Barb M. December 1996
Your Move - Responses from Readers on the Topic of "Online AA" from the May 1996 Grapevine An article recently appeared in a local newspaper, citing an apparent lack of privacy in e-mail transmissions and one commercial server's rather fluid policy on 1) reviewing correspondence the sender believed erased; 2) providing names to outside... Jeff T. December 1996