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Subject:Internet Guides From:Steve Fouts <sfouts -at- ELLISON -dot- SC -dot- TI -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 28 Jun 1994 10:52:12 CDT
|} The time is ripe for an easy to use, easy to understand user's guide to the
|} Internet. If I'm behind the times, please give title and author.
Um, if you have access to anonymous ftp, you can download the Electronic
Frontier Foundations, ``Big Dummy's Guide to the Internet.'' It is a text
only document that will give you a good foothold. It was last updated in
October of 93, so it is fairly current.
Look for it at gatekeeper.dec.com /.3/net/info/big-dummys-guide
or osprey.telcom.arizona.edu /NETWORKS.DIR;1/INTERNET.DIR;1.
Mac weenies can get an hqx'd version at sumex-aim.stanford.edu
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