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On Wed, 13 Apr 1994, LeeAnn Roberts wrote:
> What is the best way to feature on-line
> documentation in your portfolio when
> looking for a job? For example, if a
> particular company doesn't have access to
> the Internet, how do I show them the
> work I have been doing on gopher and WWW?
My experience is that if the company doesn't have internet, they won't
have the slightest idea what you're talking about.