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Subject:Re: Reality? Was: HTML vs PDF From:Linda Castellani <linda -at- GRIC -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 13 Mar 1998 10:45:35 -0600
Maybe it's just me, but when I find a tutorial, I download it, I don't do
it online. Then it becomes a paper copy, and connect charges become a
non-issue. (And there are some outstanding tutorials out there...)
At 12:16 PM 3/13/98 +0000, Sarah Carroll wrote:
One thing you might want to take into account,
>however, is that outside of the U.S. most of us pay for
>all local calls (to ISPs for access to the net). So until
>methods for accessing the net change from using
>telephone lines to a less expensive method of staying
>on-line to complete a tutorial to program the VCR, most
>of us Europeans still want the paper copy.