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Subject:Internet Research From:dials christopher jo <z910580 -at- CORN -dot- CSO -dot- NIU -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 2 Nov 1994 17:52:16 -0600
I'm an undergraduate technical writing student at Northern
Illinois University. Currently, I am conducting research into the
resources available on Internet for a class project. Nancy Hayes recent
posting was very informative <thanks Nancy>. If anyone has information
on this topic, I would appreciate hearing from them.
z910580 -at- corn -dot- cso -dot- niu -dot- edu