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The History and Macintosh Society
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 192.  Sunday, 9 August 1992.
From: 		Christi Richardson <6500hms@UCSBUXA.BITNET>
Date: 		Thursday, August 6, 1992, 12:47:00 PDT
Subject: 	Macintosh Users
Hello.  This is an announcement for all of you who use
Macintosh computers.  It has appeared before, but it is NOT
an "ad."  The History and Macintosh Society is a non-profit,
academic group.  Please don't consider this junk mail.
The History and Macintosh Society (HMS) is an
international user group for academics using Macintosh
equipment in the research, writing, and teaching.
HMS's purpose is to provide information and advice to
Macintosh users of all skills levels, particularly beginning
and middle-level users, on computer concerns to members of
the academic world, such as word processing, note
compilation, database creation and management, and desktop
"History" is very broadly defined.  Our members represent
all disciplines in the Humanities and Social Sciences, and
many members from the physical and biological sciences as
HMS distributes a quarterly newsletter accompanied by a
disk of shareware, with an emphasis on those programs
designed for educational and scholarly use.  The group is
Apple-registered, which insures continued support, receipt
of system updates, news, and shareware.
Members are encouraged to share shareware with HMS,
write articles and reviews for the quarterly newsletter, and
form HMS subgroups in their own areas.  Dues are $15 per
year.  Foreign members pay no extra for air mail, but please
submit dues in US funds.  For further information, request
an electronic copy of the most recent newsletter from this
electronic address (6500hms@ucsbuxa.bitnet  or

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To join, please send your dues to:
734 Elkus Walk #201
Goleta, CA  93117-4151
The HMS founder, Joe Coohill, may be reached at
2120jtc@ucsbuxa.bitnet  or  
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He may also be contacted during the day (US Pacific time) at

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