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Subject:Re: HELP!! Business case From:Kat Nagel <KatNagel -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 22 Sep 1994 13:24:34 EDT
>Her situation is similar to the one I posted in August 1993. The
>thread was titled "Justifying Internet Access." Because most of
>the responses came directly to me, they will not be found in
>the archives. Does anyone have any problem with me passing my
>posts on to Dorothy?
There are many of us who are in a similar position. This information would
be very helpful to those of us trying to convince managers or client
companies that the Internet is more than an expensive toy. Is there a way to
make it generally available?