April 15, 2002
April 15, 2002

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April 15, 2002

Pro Football


On Your (Book) Marks

This is an article from the April 15, 2002 issue Original Layout

Steve Kerr, guard,
Portland Trail Blazers

Time spent on the Internet: "Probably an hour a day."

Computer: Toshiba Protege laptop

Sites he regularly visits: "I use Google as a search engine to
find things I need. I play Scrabble on the plane and on the road,
but I use the computer mainly for communication. I receive and
send about a dozen e-mails a day."

E story: "I had a group of about six students from a small
university in Toronto e-mail me. They told me they named their
intramural team after me. I looked up their website, and, sure
enough, they called themselves the Steve Kerr All-Stars, which is
an oxymoron. When we played up there, I got them tickets to the
game, and then I hung out with them."

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