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Path: gmd.de!xlink.net!howland.reston.ans.net!europa.eng.gtefsd.com!uunet!paperboy.ids.net!gilly!dave Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 25 Jan 94 20:58:52 EST Organization: The Center for Computational Aesthetics Reply-To: dave%gi...@paperboy.ids.net From: d...@gilly.cca.org Newsgroups: alt.folklore.computers Subject: Re: Weeks? hah!! References: <email@example.com> Lines: 20 chamb...@whale.st.usm.edu (John William Chambless) writes: >Let's see...off the top of my head, not looking in the archives... >There's the "how do I remove a file named '-' from comp.unix.wizards... >( at least a year so far..) >The " 'move' is less intuitive than 'copy-and-delete' thread from this >humble newgroup ( 3 or 4 months, and still kicking! Hi, Mike!). >The "Furrymuck is for lameoid perverts" thread that Joel Furr keeps >firing back up on alt.fan.furry... >And let's not forhget the "Imminent Death of the Net" theme, which has echoed >at least since the first FidoNet gateway...(or was it Compu$erve?) Those are all recurring, not long-running. >Do the cyclical "september threads" count as continuous? It's moot now. September 1993 will go down in net.history as the September that never ended. -<=>- Dave Fischer -<=>- Help Fight Ambient Light! -<=>- d...@cca.org -<=>-
Gateways: AOL expanding Internet services WAIS, news in '93, inbound Telnet in '94 By Nathalie Welch Vienna, Va. - America Online Inc. last week announced it will upgrade its service to provide simplified, graphical access to Internet services, including Usenet news groups, Gopher and Wide Area Information Server databases. AOL's new Internet Center will go on-line in October with information about the ubiquitous international network and a list of Internet mailing lists to which users can subscribe. Later in the year, AOL will add connections to WAIS and Gopher, as well as to Usenet news groups. To reflect these new services, AOL will remotely upgrade users' client software for free when they log on. AOL said it plans to release a new Mac client in early 1994 that will support networking protocols, such as Telnet, so users can access AOL services from the Internet. AOL charges users $9.95 a month for five hours of connect time. The company, which has traditionally focused on ease of use, has signed several agreements in the past year designed to bring traditional media, such as newspapers, on line. Cambridge, Mass.-based Delphi Internet Services Corp. (formerly General Videotex Corp.) currently is the only on-line service to have blended full Internet access with traditional content. Delphi uses a command-line interface accessed via a terminal emulator. Delphi charges either $10 a month for four hours of connect time or $20 for 20 hours. 09.27.93 America Online Inc. is at 8619 Westwood Center Drive, Suite 200, Vienna, Va. 22182-2285. Phone (703) 448-8700 or (800) 827-6364; fax (703) 883-1509.
Larry King: Is there any scenario in which you would run for president? Could you give me a scenario in which you would say "OK, I'm in"?
Ross Perot: Number one, I don't want to. Number two, you know, if you are that serious, you know, "you the people" are that serious, you register me in 50 states, and if you are not willing to organize and do that - then this is all just talk!
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