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Subject:Help for STC From:Mike Christie <mikec -at- LUNA -dot- SYNTEL -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 3 Feb 1995 14:21:33 -0800
> I'm looking for someone in Silicon Valley to present a seminar (for
> pay) on how to produce a "home page," how to set up a resume that will
> be read in ASCII, and other network beginner's stuff.
I'd be very interested in attending an STC seminar on producing a WWW home
page (I assume that's what you meant), but I'm not a beginner, nor do I
consider that to be a beginner's topic. (Except to the extent that we're
all beginners on the Web, it's so new.)
On the other hand, I can set up an ASCII version of my resume in my sleep.
Might you consider separate seminars? One Web/Internet related, and
another really a "network beginner's" seminar? Just a thought...
Have a good weekend!
Syntelligence Systems, Inc.
mikec -at- syntel -dot- com