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A Webmaster who believes every e-mail deserves an answer has become an online urban legend because he'll field any query under the sun.
AOL Australia has gone spiritual in a big way with the launch of a new AOL area devoted to Buddhism and an exclusive online chat session with The Dalai Lama.
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