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Chapter 6. E-mail Security (Communicating with Other Villages)

Chapter 6. E-mail Security (Communicating with Other Villages)


The town was growing nicely now, but John knew it wouldn’t continue unless they stayed in close communication with the nearby towns. John’s town had to know about events in other towns, and they should know about his, so John made road trips to each of the towns to visit with their mayors. The purpose was simple: to meet them and establish good relations and communication.

With each mayor, he talked about sharing information about local events, law enforcement, roads, and other issues that each faced. They agreed to start a newspaper in which they could carry all sorts of local news and events. The paper would be published weekly and sent out to the towns so everyone would know what was going on in the area. A man in John’s town had a newspaper background, so John volunteered to start up the paper in his town. The other towns could have reporters gather stories and send them to the main office via messenger. Then on Fridays, they would publish the paper, and messengers would deliver a stack to each town for distribution to the people.

After his trip, John talked to William, the man with the newspaper background, and he accepted the job. John and William started to work right away at getting things established. In just a week they had the printing press in and set up and had even ordered a few extra parts that William suggested so they could replace ones that might break easily. By the second Friday, they were able to publish the first edition of the Local Journal.


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