The Electronic Seismologist (ES) began hyping the Internet over six years ago: how it was going to help seismologists acquire, analyze, and present seismic data in new and wondrous ways. It was touted as the next really great whiz-bang thing that everyone had better get familiar with or get left behind. Boy, was the ES right! He clearly is a cool dude with a crystal ball who can see the really obvious when it whacks him on the head. After a few columns he even stuck his neck out and “envisioned a time in the future where data from almost...

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