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(March 1996)

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Subject: Re: A possible mailing list spam
From: Oliver Garfield <oliver @ panix . com>
Date: Sun, 17 Mar 1996 02:39:14 -0500 (EST)
To: Stephanie da Silva <arielle @ taronga . com>
Cc: list-managers @ GreatCircle . COM, oliver @ panix . com
In-reply-to: <>

While extended material from a subscriber about commercial material they 
are offering made become abusive I think there should be some format for 
brief announcementa of new products or services that might be useful to 
the list subscribers. The announcement you forwarded to the list, IMHO, 
falls in this category. I had some difficulty in learning how to compose 
homepages but resolved the matte by buying an excellent text and manual 
the "Webpage Construction Kit" published by Sams net which is available 
in at most software stores or sources. This included both a software 
disc, a manual, and a 400 page text "Teach Yourself Web Publishing with 
HTMLin a Week. It costs $25 and can be order directly from the publisher
at 1-800-428-5331.

I have no connection with the publisher but provide this information as 
an enthusiastic user. I was up and going in a few hours and subsequently 
signed on with one of the firms they recommend who maintain home pages 
and mailing lists (exploders not listservs) at extreme low rates (30 per 
month) for small business including 10 meg of storage and 200 megabytes 
of transmission a month. For more information about Webcom e-mail

So while I think the firm offering services should be allowed brief 
access to this list, IMHO, I think there is perhaps a better alternative 
as I have mentioned.

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