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Innovative or improved ways of doing things; More equitable access to technology or electronic information
Why I support the development of an International Data Network.
by Oliver Seely, California State University Dominguez Hills
The incidents I’m going to relate below are things that would never have happened if the Internet were not available to me. Though bordering on the trivial, and perhaps not the kinds of things that would look good in a proposal, they still represent a lively and certainly not unproductive experimentation with the new world of electronic information transmission.
Linda Longpre is the editor of L’Ecran (the screen), a newsletter of computer users at the Universite de Quebec a Montreal. It is a “snail mail” newsletter which I receive four times a year. The last issue was so good (it was all about synchronous and asynchronous communications protocol) that I sent her an e-mail message of thanks for putting together such a good issue. My e-mail message appeared in the next issue of “L’Ecran” as evidence of their wide readership! (note: I learned about “L’Ecran” via e-mail in the first place.)