|born on||3 June 1956 at 16:05 (= 4:05 PM )|
|Place||Norfolk, Virginia, 36n51, 76w17|
|Timezone||EST h5w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||13°13' 07°32 Asc. 04°32'|
American founder of ECHO, an East Coast computer group that features no-holds-barred discussions on virtually every topic imaginable. In 1989 she created one of the earliest, most imaginative and most humane of the cyber-communities on the web. It attracted thousands of subscribers, mostly women, a particularly literate, articulate and hip crowd. Horn is the author of "Cyberville: Clicks, Culture and the Creation of the Online Town," 1997, a chronicle of the growth of Echo that is spiced with lively anecdotes. She writes in a controversial, slangy style with candor and humor that is vastly appealing.
- Work : End Major Project 1989 (Created cyber-community)
- Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1997 ("Cyberville: Clicks, Culture and the Creation of the Online Town")
Debbi Kempton-Smith quotes Steinbrecher for a letter from Horn 9/1994.
- Vocation : Business : Business owner (ECHO)
- Vocation : Computer : Web site design
- Vocation : Writers : Textbook/ Non-fiction