Fwd: PLEASE COPY THIS DISK -- October update

Subject: Fwd: PLEASE COPY THIS DISK -- October update
From: Gwen Gall <ggall -at- CA -dot- ORACLE -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 28 Oct 1994 12:00:36 EDT

Sorry, I think I posted the other twice

("darn this stuff!"--Peg Bogs)


Gwen (ggall -at- ca -dot- oracle -dot- com)
Oracle MultiDimension


"The foreseeable future. A cliche, and a fuzzy one. How much of the
future is foreseeable? Ten minutes? Ten years? Any of it? By whom is it
foreseeable? Seers? Experts? Everybody?"
--Strunk and White, "The Elements of Style"


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We now have 324 disks in the PLEASE COPY THIS DISK collection
Since the last time we wrote to you, we have made major additions in both
World/Government and Literature.

AREA & COUNTRY HANDBOOKS -- We have retrieved Ethiopia: A Country Study
from the Library of Congress Web server and have converted it from html
back to plain text This is a comprehensive, up-to-date book-length study
available on one disk. We will very shortly offer the U.S. Army Handbooks
on China, Egypt, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Philippines, Singapore, Somalia,
South Korea, and Yugoslavia. This will be a lot of work. Please let us know
your interests, and we'll set our priorities accordingly.

UN -- We have added Resolutions of the 48th General Assembly (2 disks)
and Security Council Resolutions 1994.

ENGLISH LITERATURE -- Richard Bear of the University of Oregon has provided
us with scholarly editions of The Shepheardes Calendar by Edmund Spenser,
Defence of Poetry by Philip Sydney, Pamphilia to Amphilanthus by Lady
Mary Wroth, The Beggar's Opera by John Gay, Prose & Poetry by Lady
Mary Wortley Montagu, Lyrical Ballads by Wordsworth and Coleridge,
and A Shropshire Lad by A.E. Houseman. These etexts include his annotations,
bibliography, etc. We hope that other scholars will follow his example and
make their work available in the public domain.

For details, request our complete current list, or any of our sublists:
computers & networks, history, math, philosophy, political science, religion,
science, tools for librarians & serious researchers, tools for teachers, women's
studies, world & government, American literature, Canadian literature,
Children's literature, classics (Latin), English literature, Finnish literature,
French literature, or science fiction/fantasy.

We also publish a free electronic newsletter Internet-on-a-Disk. Please let us
know if you would like to be added to that distribution list.

Richard Seltzer, The B&R Samizdat Express
samizdat -at- world -dot- std -dot- com

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