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For Poetry Daily, a New Era Begins

when most people accessed the Internet through dial-up—or not at all—three poetry fans had the good sense to claim the domain name . Don Selby, Diane Boller, and Rob Anderson, who worked together in legal publishing and saw the Internet already beginning to transform their own went live.

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