I was one of your readers who protested some of the columns written by Gary Stager. Therefore, I understandably was attracted to your editor's letter in the November 2004 issue ("Mea Culpa"). Only rarely do I find editors with the courage and mortification you displayed in your remarks. Therefore, I applaud you highly, not only for your response to readers who find Mr. Stager's remarks to be belligerently inaccurate, but also for your promise to tone them down.
Nancy Willard couldn't have gotten it more wrong in “Keeping Safe, Staying Smart” (January 2003, p. 28). Her prescription for the problem of Internet safety will only lead to many more examples of the tragic crime that opened her article.