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Internet Access to Library Catalogues
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 2, No. 152. Wednesday, 5 Jun 1991.
 
(1)	Date: 	Mon, 3 Jun 91 08:48:22 PDT
	From: 	Kay Stockholder <
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	Subj: 	Re: SHK 2.0151  Internet Access to Library Catalogues
 
(2)	Date: 	Mon, 3 Jun 1991 04:54:00 -0400
	From: 	Eric Mitchell Sabinson <
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	Subj: 	Internet Library Catalogues and HYTELNET
	
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Date: 		Mon, 3 Jun 91 08:48:22 PDT
From: 		Kay Stockholder <
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Subject: 2.0151  Internet Access to Library Catalogues
Comment: 	Re: SHK 2.0151  Internet Access to Library Catalogues
 
Please add me to the list of those interested in finding out
about the Internet program. Thanks.
 
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Date: 		Mon, 3 Jun 1991 04:54:00 -0400
From: 		Eric Mitchell Sabinson
		Instituto de Estudos da Linguagem/Unicamp, Sao Paulo, Brasil
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Subject: 	Internet Library Catalogues and HYTELNET
 
          Peter Scott's Hytelnet program is really quite wonderful for
those who regularly use TELNET to access university library catalogues
(a necessity for me here in Brazil).  The program is well thought out
and easy to use.  (I've said so before on MLA-L.)  No longer does one
have to print out or copy pieces of information with a utility viewer
from the file "Internet--Accessible Library Catalogues and Databases"
before going on line.  The information from this file is available in
Hytelnet by typing Ctrl-Backspace, once the program is installed.  If
Berkeley is busy, with the touch of a few keys one has the information
on reaching the University of Chicago.  The installation of the
program presented no problems.  If I remember correctly, I downloaded
Hytelnet from one of the SIMTEL mirror servers.
 
          Peter, if you are reading this, don't you think it is time
for an upgrade, which would include particularly the JANET material
for accessing library catalogues in the United Kingdom?  (Yes, I know
that the program permits the user himself to update the listings, but
I can be lazy when time is short.  That is why I liked your program in
the first place.)
						ERIC
 

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