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> I am currently reaching this listserv conference through a cc:mail gateway at
> work. I would like to do this from home. Does anyone know how I can gain
> public access to the internet as an anonymous user?
> Chris Loris
> harris -dot- cloris -at- ic1d -dot- harris -dot- com
You can do it through the Well, the World, or even through Compuserve.
The World charges a nominal fee to register and hourly rates are
reasonable. But it's a long distance call (unless you're in Boston). The
Well is in Calif.