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Subject:Re: STC From:KUNERS1 -at- CTRVAX -dot- VANDERBILT -dot- EDU Date:Fri, 19 Mar 1993 15:43:57 -0600
I have been invited to give a talk to the Nashville Chapter of the STC
about the Internet. I just discovered this list about two weeks ago, and
am going to tell the group about it. How do those of you on this list
get access to Bitnet and the Internet? What is the best way for business people
who are not part of a university or research agency to connect to these
networks? As technical writers, what other Bitnet or Internet resources do
you use? How has this listserv helped you in your work? I would love to
share some of your collected wisdom with the Nashville group. Thanks in
Kuners1 -at- ctrvax -dot- vanderbilt -dot- edu
Kuners1 -at- vuctrvax -dot- bitnet