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Subject:E-mail List book resource From:Al Rubottom <aer -at- PCSI -dot- CIRRUS -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 15 Nov 1995 17:46:00 PST
The Internet Compendium, Subject Guides to Humanities Resources.
eds., Louis Rosenfeld, Jos. Janes & Martha Vander Kock,
Neal-Schuman Publishers Inc., 100 Varick St., NYC 10013,
ISBN: 1-55570-218-X ; 368 pp. large trade paper [8.5x11]
This is a not too up-to-date but still fairly comprehensive list
of lists, forums, URLs, telnet & ftp sites, etc., on mainly academic
areas, but with lots of general interest and some focused/specialized
zones. Worth getting from your library, maybe not worth buying.
Al Rubottom /\ tel: 619.535.9505, x1737
aer -at- pcsi -dot- cirrus -dot- com /\ fax: 619.541.2260