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Some of the most exciting and potentially challenging developments for the academic and library communities are the growth of the electronic network, the explosion in the number of information sources becoming available through the network, and the connection of many libraries to the network....
An issue was raised in the Chronicle of Higher Education last January that could have severe implications for our campus. The article entitled, Messages in Questionable Taste on Computer Networks Pose Thorny Problems for College Administrators, talked about electronic mail, bulletin boards, and...
A couple of sources fresh on the scene might make it easier for both experienced and new Internet users to access, use, and explore the Net A rather hefty tome is The User's Directory of Computer Networks edited by Tracy LaQuey. It is described as a road atlas of academic and research networks...
Recently libraries and librarians have been introduced to the Internet. The following article hopes to offer suggestions for shaping the Internet in the future. The two suggestions are to name the library machines on the Internet library, and to begin housing all locally uncopyrighted, published...
Bell Computer Introduces First 386 25MHz SXPC. Bell Computer Systems has raised the ante again with its latest offering, a 25MHz 386 SX priced at 1,995. The Model 325SXT is described by Bell as the fastest SX on the market.
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