The advent of computer networks (from gopher and ftp to the World Wide Web) and their technological advances in mass access to them have had a very small effect on the actual processes I have use to produce mail-art; what effect there has been has been somewhat obvious and superficial, i.e., the infrequent appearance of computer-network-related items in my drawing on envelopes, such as concrete representations of the "information superhighway," and the use of stamps issued by the United States Postal Service related in some way to such computer networks. The greater influence has been in my increased ability to know about mail-art networks and exhibitions through computer bulletin boards. 29 November 2000
I'll scan the image and maybe put a link in this blog. But it may be the cover of my dissertation. Definitely an important illustration.