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We are making an effort to make our staff-written documentation available
in electronic format. You can telnet to info.umd.edu. Logid can be
either 'info' or 'gopher'; no password necessary. Look under
/Computers/Documentation They are in ascii format and can be downloaded
via anonymous ftp to info.umd.edu
We'd welcome your comments and suggestions.
Lou Murch, Information Services
Computer Science Center
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742