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Computers can offer contact and communication for the remaining six days. This may be through email, with guidance and support, through personalised web pages or blogs: people can speak with each other, share feelings about illness, write poetry and so on. ARTS, ELECTRONIC MEDIA, MOVEMENT: ROSETTA LIFE 37 A woman in her forties with small cell lung cancer had once approached David Bowie after a gig. Her personalised web page included a photograph of them together, and a text reliving the smoky sweaty joys of the mosh pit: the area of excess just in front of a rock concert stage.
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