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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Local Ordinance
    discussion or posting that is legal in one country be transmitted to a country where it is against the law Does the posting even become illegal when it reaches the border And what if that country is the only path to a third country where the message is legal as well Several foreign colleges and other institutions have cut off feeds of certain newsgroups where Americans post what is in

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Usenet History
    Unix to Unix CoPy to distribute information of interest to people in the Unix community Along with Steve Bellovin a graduate student at the University of North Carolina and Steve Daniel they wrote conferencing software and linked together computers at Duke and UNC Word quickly spread and by 1981 a graduate student at Berkeley Mark Horton and a nearby high school student Matt Glickman had released a new version that

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - When things go wrong III
    article that somebody posted and then decided to cancel You upload a text file to your Unix host system for use in a Usenet message or e mail and when you or your recipient reads the file every line ends with a M This happens because Unix handles line endings differently than MS DOS or Macintosh computers Most Unix systems have programs to convert incoming files from other computers To

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Usenet FYI
    newsreader in the news answers and news software newsgroups Look in the news announce newusers and news groups newsgroups on Usenet for A Guide to Social Newsgroups and Mailing Lists which gives brief summaries of the various soc newsgroups Managing UUCP and Usenet by Tim O Reilly and Grace Todino O Reilly Associates 1992 is a good guide for setting up your own Usenet system Somehow that News fails to

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Mailing Lists
    EFF s Extended Guide to the Internet Mailing Lists Go to the previous next section Mailing Lists and Bitnet Internet Mailing Lists Bitnet Lists Go to the previous next section

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Internet Mailing Lists
    the world on a mailing list you send your messages to a central moderator who either re mails it to the other people on the list or uses it to compile a periodic digest mailed to subscribers Given the number of newsgroups why would anybody bother with a mailing list Even on Usenet there are some topics that just might not generate enough interest for a newsgroup for example the Queen list which is all about the late Freddie Mercury s band or the Marillion Fish list called Freaks And because a moderator decides who can participate a mailing list can offer a degree of freedom to speak one s mind or not worry about net weenies that is not necessarily possible on Usenet Several groups offer anonymous postings only the moderator knows the real names of people who contribute Examples include 12Step where people enrolled in such programs as Alcoholics Anonymous can discuss their experiences and sappho a list limited to gay and bisexual women You can find mailing addresses and descriptions of these lists in the news announce newusers newsgroup with the subject of Publicly Accessible Mailing Lists Mailing lists now number in the hundreds so this posting

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Bitnet Lists
    the discussion group generates large numbers of messages Think of opening your e mailbox one day to find 200 messages in it 199 of them from a discussion group and one of them a real e mail message that s important to you Subscribing and canceling subscriptions is done through an e mail message to the listserver computer For addressing all listservers are known as listserv yep at some Bitnet address This means you will have to add bitnet to the end of the address if it s in a form like this listserv miamiu For example if you have an interest in environmental issues you might want to subscribe to the Econet discussion group To subscribe send an e mail message to listserv miamiu bitnet Some Bitnet listservers are also connected to the Internet so if you see a listserver address ending in edu you can e mail the listserver without adding bitnet to the end Always leave the Subject line blank in a message to a listserver Inside the message you tell the listserver what you want with a series of simple commands subscribe group Your Name To subscribe to a list where group is the list name and Your Name is your full name for example subscribe econet Henry Fielding unsubscribe group Your Name To discontinue a group for example unsubscribe econet Henry Fielding list global This sends you a list of all available Bitnet discussion groups But be careful the list is VERY long get refcard Sends you a list of other commands you can use with a listserver such as commands for retrieving past postings from a discussion group Each of these commands goes on a separate line in your message and you can use one or all of them If you want to get a list of all Bitnet discussion groups send e mail to listserv bitnic educom edu Leave the Subject line blank and use the list global command When you subscribe to a Bitnet group there are two important differences from Usenet First when you want to post a message for others to read in the discussion group you send a message to the group name at its Bitnet address Using Econet as an example you would mail the message to econet miamiu bitnet Note that this is different from the listserv address you used to subscribe to the group to begin with Use the listserv address ONLY to subscribe to or unsubscribe from a discussion group If you use the discussion group address to try to subscribe or unsubscribe your message will go out to every other subscriber many of whom will think unkind thoughts which they may share with you in an e mail message The second difference relates to sending an e mail message to the author of a particular posting Usenet newsreaders such as rn and nn let you do this with one key But if you hit your R key to respond to a discussion group message

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  • EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Telnet
    s guide Library Catalogs Playing the electronic librarian Some Interesting Telnet Sites Services to access by telnet Telnet Bulletin Board Systems BBSs by telnet Putting the Finger on Someone How to finger at somebody Finding Someone on the Net How

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