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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Washington DC
    below for local dial in numbers Caucus conferencing menus 15 setup fee 20 a month Voice 703 243 6622 CapAccess 202 785 1523 Log on as guest with a password of visitor A Free Net system see under Cleveland Ohio

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Washington State
    North 206 367 3837 all speeds 206 362 6731 9600 14 4K bps 10 a month or 96 a year Voice 206 367 7457 Seattle Halcyon 206 382 6245 Users can choose between menus and Unix Log on as new

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Germany
    faveve Arbeitskreise Computer NG Studis EUnet Deutschland GmbH Emil Figge Str 80 44227 Dortmund Tel 0231 972 00 Fax 0231 972 1111 E mail info Germany EU net FTP ftp germany eu net Individual Network e V Geschäftsstelle Scheideweg 65 D 26121 Oldenburg Tel 0441 9808556 Fax 0441 9808557 E mail IN Info Individual NET Informationen FTP ftp fu berlin de in pub doc IN UUCP 10 30 DM month

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Italy
    not counting reverse charge ITAPAC calls or similar if you connect to Agora that way ii nothing a year base fee but messages to or from anyone not on Agor cost 100 lire each plus 10 lire per K and telnet ftp archie gopher and so on cost about 10 lire per K or 100 lire a minute Rome MC link Technimedia Srl Via Carlo Perrier 9 00157 Roma Tel 06 418921 Fax 06 41732169 monthly fee 18 thousand or 24 thousand if you pay quarterly rather than annually No extra charges for anything unless you use reverse charge ITAPAC calls to connect to the system in which case of course they ll make you pay them for that Modem 06 4180440 N81 300 14400 CCITT 19200 ZyX V32bis V42bis MNP5 06 4180660 US Robotics ITAPAC NUA 26410420 Internet domain mclink it but using Telnet it s mclink mclink it Milan Galactica Via Turati 40 20121 Milano Tel 02 29006150 Fax 02 29006153 Office open Monday to Friday 9 00 to 13 00 and 14 00 to 18 00 12 lines V32bis 14 400 MNP5 02 29006091 12 lines V22bis 2 400 MNP5 02 29006058 E mail staff galactica it

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - United Kingdom
    44 0 81 343 4848 12 50 setup fee 10 a month or 132 50 a year Voice 44 0 81 349 0063 Kent EUnet GB GBnet Ltd Wilson House John Wilson Business Park Whitstable Kent CT5 3QY UK Support

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Australia
    a day into the Internet offering users a full range of services Suburbia is not a business venture it is a non profit system run by people who like to use the facilities as much as you will Suburbia BBS allows users to dial in on multiple phone lines all on the one rotary number of 613 596 8366 New users login as register If you have any further inquiries

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - If your Town doesnt have Direct Access
    from 2 to 12 an hour to use these networks above each provider s basic charges The exact amount depends on the network time of day and type of modem you use For more information contact the above services Four other providers deliver Net access to users across the country Delphi based in Cambridge Mass is a consumer oriented network much like CompuServe or America On Line only it now offers subscribers access to Internet services Charges 3 a month for Internet access in addition to standard charges These are 10 a month for four hours of off peak non working hours access a month and 4 an hour for eachs additional hour or 20 for 20 hours of access a month and 1 80 an hour for each additional hour For more information call 800 695 4005 PSI based in Reston Va provides nationwide access to Internet services through scores of local dial in numbers to owners of IBM and compatible computers PSILink which includes access to e mail Usenet and ftp costs 29 a month plus a one time 19 registration fee Special software is required but is available free from PSI PSI s Global Dialup Service provides

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Net Origins
    e mail In itself e mail was something of a revolution offering the ability to send detailed letters at the speed of a phone call As this system known as ARPANet grew some enterprising college students and one in high school developed a way to use it to conduct online conferences These started as science oriented discussions but they soon branched out into virtually every other field as people recognized the power of being able to talk to hundreds or even thousands of people around the country In the 1970s ARPA helped support the development of rules or protocols for transferring data between different types of computer networks These internet from internetworking protocols made it possible to develop the worldwide Net we have today that links all sorts of computers across national boundaries By the close of the 1970s links developed between ARPANet and counterparts in other countries The world was now tied together in a computer web By the close of the 1970s links developed between ARPANet and counterparts in other countries The world was now tied together in a computer web In the 1980s this network of networks which became known collectively as the Internet expanded at a phenomenal rate Hundreds then thousands of colleges research companies and government agencies began to connect their computers to this worldwide Net Some enterprising hobbyists and companies unwilling to pay the high costs of Internet access or unable to meet stringent government regulations for access learned how to link their own systems to the Internet even if only for e mail and conferences Some of these systems began offering access to the public Now anybody with a computer and modem and persistence could tap into the world In the 1990s the Net grows at exponential rates Some estimates are that the

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