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To start the ball rolling, I have some interesting and useful shareware
for anyone interested in HEAnet/Internet.
InfoPop/Windows uses the WINHELP.EXE program that ships with Windows 3.1
to provide a hypertext guide to the Internet. InfoPop is a useful educational
tool that serves as a resource for identifying (and in some cases, explaining)
a number of internet resources. It may be freely distributed, so long as no
charge is made. I also have a version that runs under MS-DOS.
2. BGI/Beginners Guide to the Intenet.
While not as pleasing to use as INFOPOP, BGI/Beginners Guide to the
Internet provides useful information as the following list of topics taken
from its main menu proves:
* Understanding Networking
* The Internet: An Overview
* Electronic Mail (Email)
* Using Other Networks (Telnet)
* Getting Files (FTP)
* Going Public (Newsgroups)
* Accessing the Internet
I would like to make these available by FTP on the national archive server.
Mike Norris, if you're listening, do we/can we have a /pub/library
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