Re: A little off the subject, but a great resource

Subject: Re: A little off the subject, but a great resource
From: Barb Miller <millerb -at- TCPLINK -dot- NREL -dot- GOV>
Date: Mon, 23 Jan 1995 07:50:50 MST

So, Bob, how do we access the tutorial?

Barb Miller
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
millerb -at- tcplink -dot- nrel -dot- gov


Patrick Crispen's come up with a FREE, easy-to-take, online tutorial for using
the network. In a series of half-hour lessons, all done via email, he covers
the bulk of what you need to know to do writing research, transfer documents
among sites, and communicate effectively using the net.



Bob Lord
Contract Information Designer
Digital Equipment Corporation "Over the LAN, through the
WAN, LORD -at- CXCAD -dot- ENET -dot- DEC -dot- COM nothin' but Net!"

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