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Subject:Re: Cheapest personal website From:Aileen Asistio <aiai -at- POLGAS -dot- TOPMAX -dot- COM -dot- PH> Date:Fri, 17 Oct 1997 09:08:51 +0800
they only yank your website out without warning if it had been stagnant
for a very long time. if you plan to update it regularly, this shouldn't
be a problem.
Aileen N. Asistio
Topmax Philippines, Inc.
aiai -at- topmax -dot- com -dot- ph
On Thu, 16 Oct 1997 JIMCHEVAL -at- AOL -dot- COM wrote:
> In a message dated 97-10-16 11:54:38 EDT, SILVERDA -dot- ASA -at- ASA -dot- ORG writes:
> << Geocities offers anyone a free website and free e-mail. >>
> This generally seems like a good deal, but one person did tell me they've
> been known to yank web sites without warning. Anyone else deal with them?
> There are many places (notably juno) which will give you free e-mail, one or
> two others (angelfire?) which will give you free sites. There was even talk
> of free ACCESS at one point, but I'm not sure if that ever got off the
> Jim Chevallier
> Los Angeles
> currently available for consulting/freelance work
> Visit Chez Jim: Jim Chevallier's Home Page - http://www.gis.net/~jimcheval
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