Re: nudity

Bill Knauss (wknauss@fast.net)
Mon, 03 Jun 1996 20:54:04 -0400


At 04:14 PM 6/3/96 -0400, you wrote:

> If anyone was any words of wisdom of
>"reflectors" to stay away from or "safe" public reflectors for >those of
us working with kids, please advise.
>
>
Sorry, but I don't know how any public reflector can be made "safe". It
would need to have a person monitoring it day and night so long as it's
active. Even then, some kook could get on and do his/her thing for a few
seconds before getting bounced off.

Your best bet would be a private reflector who's IP address would be kept
secret until the hour of the presentation.

If anyone would like to contradict this or add to it be my guest. I would
also like information on this topic.

Bill Knauss