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Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 2, No. 148. Thursday, 30 May 1991.
 
(1)	Date:  	Thu, 30 May 91 16:23:29 EDT
	From: 	Nicholas Ranson <R1NR%
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	Subj:   Re: SHK 2.0145  Accessing Cambridge via Internet
 
(2)	Date: 	Wed, 29 May 1991 20:34 CST
	From: 	Peter Scott <
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	Subj: 	Re: SHK 2.0145  Accessing Cambridge via Internet
 
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Date:         	Thu, 30 May 91 16:23:29 EDT
From: 		Nicholas Ranson <R1NR%
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Subject: 2.0145  Accessing Cambridge via Internet
Comment:      	Re: SHK 2.0145  Accessing Cambridge via Internet
 
	[This note appears to have arrived damaged, but its intent
	seems clear.  --k.s.]
 
I would very much like to have Ann Miller's offer of further methods of
accessing libraries by remote means taken up by SHAKSPER; if not, I for
one would like [...]
 
						[Nick] Ranson.
 
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Date: 		Wed, 29 May 1991 20:34 CST
From: 		Peter Scott
		Order Unit Manager, U of Saskatchewan Library
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Subject: 2.0145  Accessing Cambridge via Internet
Comment: 	Re: SHK 2.0145  Accessing Cambridge via Internet
 
	[Lengthy quotation of Ann Miller's recent posting has been
	omitted.  -- k.s.]
 
[...]
	
You may be interested in a pop-up memory-resident program I have
compiled, called HYTELNET, which gives you access to ALL currently
known Internet-accessible library catalogs. It also has listings
for campus-wide information systems, FreeNets, Library BBSs etc.
 
You load HYTELNET before running your IBM communications program,
then invoke it with the Control and Backspace keys. Use the arrow
keys to move through the hypertext screens. Scroll with the plus
and minus keys. Escape puts it back into memory, control-backspace
brings it up again. The utility is very easy to use and the
information files (in pure ASCII) are easily edited.
 
If you want details on how to obtain the utility...it's free...
then just send me an e-mail message.
 
Regards,
 
   ...................................................................
                       Peter Scott  .  Phone:    306-966-6016
                Order Unit Manager  .  FAX:      306-966-6040
    Univ of Saskatchewan Libraries  .  
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     Saskatoon,Sask,Canada,S7N OWO  .  Internet: 
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