Big Fun in the Internet with Uncle Bert

Big Fun in the Internet with Uncle Bert

(This HTML version is still under construction)
Yer luvin' Uncle Bert stumbles through the gateway, scurries across the Internet land, eyes agog, then has Big Fun in the nether regions.

[These are all ftp, telnet and email sites all over the world that have all kinds of neat resources available. At the end of this file are the info, about, and usage notes.]

General Fun

freenet (free internet account, email, USA Today Headline News)

  • login: newuser (The Once & Future M-Net)
  • (& ftp) login: new (Cleveland Freenet)
  • login: new (Nyx, The Spirit of the Night)
  • login: guest (The National Capital Freenet)
  • login: visitor (Youngstown Free-Net)
  • (Information service including lyrics database)
  • login: bbs (discussions)
  • pub/docs/about-the-net/cwis/cwis-l (Freenets)

    Coke Machines & fortune cookies

  • finger
  • bargraph coke & finger
  • finger
  • message: send quote (or moral-support)
  • finger
  • 12345 telnet (fortune cookie)
  • 12345 telnet (fortune cookie)
  • finger (Trek cookie)
  • finger
  • 7777 finger (Unleavened cookie)

    IRC (Internet Relay Chat & CB radio, IRC access)

  • login: irc

    Internet Talk Radio

  • message:

    General Reference


  • (window on the net(world))

    hytelnet (hyper-telnet: like this list on hypercard - must see!)

  • login: hytelnet hytelnet/pc/HYTELN.ZIP
  • /mirrors/msdos/hypertext/


  • (US Geological Survey Maps)
  • 3000 (returns long/lat of town, zip... )

    NBS Time

  • 13 telnet (exact time)
  • (202) 652-1079 1200e71 (sunrise, sunset, moonrise, satellite transit, UCT )

    Weather (National Weather Service)

  • login (Which Host?): um-weather (forecasts)
  • 3000 login: um-weather (forecasts)
  • wx/*.gif (hourly satellite weather photos-US)
  • images/gifs/[norden|uk|world].[vis|ir].gif
  • pub/weather/ (Europe, Scandinavia, UK, World)
  • JCUMetSat/*last JCUMetSat/utilities/*(Aussie)
  • (301) 899-1214 2400n81 login: NWS password: TEMPPASS


  • finger pub/seis-net/README

    Solar Flares

  • finger (latest daily 10cm solar flux)

    Religious Studies

  • pub/religion/electric-mystics-guide.txt

    Harris Polls, USA Today Polls, Atlanta Journals, Carolina Polls

  • login: irss1 password: irss

    Queer Resources Directory (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgenered)

  • ftp gopher


  • login: apa (American Philosophical Assoc. APA)


  • login: webster
  • 621 (accessible by uiuc & uic only Webster's)
  • 70 gopher (dictionary, computing, acronyms)
  • wordlists (Aussie Chinese comp.. Swedish Yiddish)
  • dictionaries/words.* (German French Dutch Italian )

    Encyclopaedia (I'm still looking :-()

    Math (Interactive Math algorithm bibliography)

  • login: walk
  • login: e-math pwd: e-math (American Math Society)
  • login: math1 passwd: math1 operatorID: math1IMD


  • login: statlib (datasets, xlibstat, Splus, SAS)


  • 2034 telnet ( graphic periodic table)
  • UMinnesota gopher gopher/libraries/reference/periodic table


  • telnet login: pdg_public (sub-atomic particles)


  • login:bbs pub/(Santa Fe Institute)


  • pub/history
  • telnet (interactive history database)
  • pub/docs/history
  • login: ihr-uk passwd: ihr-uk (history database)


  • 5000 (interactive play/watch)
  • 5000 (interactive play/watch)

    FDA bulletin board (consumer info & news releases of FDA)

  • login: bbs

    PEN pages (Agricultural and weather data)

  • login: PNOTPA

    Space (NASA news, shuttle schedules & satellite updates)

  • telnet
  • finger (NASA headline news)
  • login: lpi (geology, geophysics, astronomy)
  • login: ned (NASA Extragalactic Database)
  • login: nodis (Space Science Data Center)
  • login: nodis (Space Science Data Center)
  • login: nndc (Nuclear Data Center)

    Gateways (How to email between any network:Compuserve Fido Genie Internet)

  • pub/ posted monthly on Usenet:comp.mail.misc
  • gopher Other/Hugo's/Dr. Fegg's/gateways
  • gateway.txt (decwrl: ftp by email)

    Fax (email ---> fax)

  • remote-printer.[/organisation]@<#.x.a.f.> message:
  • mail mail
  • example: remote-printer.Jeremy_Smith/
  • (fax # +1(503) 757-0028 in reverse separated by dots, _ = space, / = newline)
  • (fax --> email, $39/year+$1/page) (Antigone Press - faxlinq)

    Compuserve (even parity, 7 bits, 1 stop bit)

  • login: compuserve (connection uses tymnet)
  • login: TO_CSERVE HostName: compuserve

    World News (NASA news, shuttle schedules & satellite updates)

  • login: info


  • login: suinfo (tn3270 emulation required) (ERIC)


  • (disability-related files and programs)

    EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation)

  • mail message: index eff(access by email)
  • 70 (access by gopher)
  • 210 (access by wais)
  • pub/ (net policy papers) (access via ftp)

    Whitehouse (

  • message: subscribe wh-summary

    UFO stuff

  • info/paranet/ (InfoPara(Net) & Abduction)

    Internet References

    White Pages (find somebody)

  • pub/whois/whois-servers.list (list of whois servers)
  • login: netfind (Netfind User Lookup)
  • pub/docs/finding-addresses (find email addresses)
  • 185 (type in real/login name of person, Knowbot)
  • 185 (Knowbot)
  • login: fred (front end to the directory)
  • mail message: whois name
  • usenet: comp.mail.misc FAQ: How to find people's email addresses

    archie (all these sites, login: archie) (find files & software)

  • (Rutger's University, New Jersey)
  • (SURAnet, College Park, Maryland)
  • (Finland)
  • (UK/Ireland)
  • (University of Nebraska, Lincoln Nebraska)
  • (New Zealand)
  • (Sweden)
  • (Japan)
  • (Germany)
  • (New Zealand)
  • (Sweden)
  • (Austria)
  • (original archie site, Canada)
  • (Japan)
  • (Australia)
  • (Austria)
  • (Taiwan)
  • (Imperial College, London UK)
  • (Portugal)
  • pub/ (great archie docs)
  • (ANS, New York)
  • (Korea)
  • (AT&T) example: mail message: prog

    DNS --> IP#

  • mail message: site (returns IP#)

    Usenet type trn, rn, or tin (see below under notes for more details)

  • pub/usenet/news.announce.newusers/List_of_Active_New*
  • 119 (post to usenet via telnet)
  • 119 (post to usenet via telnet)
  • 119 (post to via telnet)
  • 119 (post to via telnet)
  • mail (post to usenet via email)
  • mail (post to usenet via email)


  • pub/ftp-list/ftp.list (anotated list ftp sites)
  • pub/nic/guides (help on email, ftp, telnet)
  • pub/ftplist/ftplist (annotated list of all ftp sites)

    RFC (Request For Comments - all the Internet specs)

  • rfc/rfc-index.txt rfc/rfcnnnn.{ps|txt} (nnnn < 1432)


  • files/bbs_lists/nal006.txt (internet BBS list)

    Internet Access (See also `freenets' in General Fun, above)

    Subscriber services - see PDIAL (below) for complete list (net acce$$)

  • vox:(800) 848-8199 (compuserve packet network)
  • (800) 877-2006 n81 vox:(800) 736-1130 (PC pursuit)
  • telnet Which host? help(michnet)
  • vox:(703) 620-6651 (psi-world-dial)
  • vox: (703) 620-6651 (psilink)
  • vox:(408) 973-9111 725-0561 login:info (portal)
  • info/ (510) 704-1058 2400n81 (holonet)
  • world-info/description 617-739-WRLD (world)
  • login:JOINDELPHI passwd:INTERNETSIG (delphi)
  • pub/ (415) 322-0284 n81 login:new (IGC)
  • vox: (408) 544-8649 (netcom)
  • cerfnet/dial-n-cerf/ (dial 'n-cerf)
  • vox: (415) 332-4335 (well)
  • login:newuser vox: (212) 877-4854 (PANIX)
  • vox: (703) 243-6622 (The Meta Network TMN)
  • telnet: vox: (708) 983-6678 (XNet)

    PDIAL & other internet access lists (Public Dial-up Internet Access List)

  • pub/pubnet/nixpub.[long|short] (nixpub)
  • pub/net/PDIAL
  • message: send PDIAL
  • infosource/getting-started/getting-connected/ providers-na/internet-access-providers-list

    Mail servers, internet by email (See `remote ftp' in Notes, below)

  • message: get README.ftp (DECwrl)
  • message: help (USENET archives)
  • (@PUCC.Bitnet) message: help (Bitftp)
  • message: get pdget help
  • message: get pdget help
  • message: help ((France) Europe only)
  • message: help
  • message: help ((Poland) Europe only)
  • message: send HELP
  • (bitftp@dearn.bitnet) message: help (Germany)

    Internet (Resource) Guides (catalog of catalogs, directory of directories, index to indices, list of lists, pointers to pointers)

    Zen and the Art of the Internet (GET! -A beginner's Guide to the Internet)

  • pub/zen/zen-1.0.{PS|tar.Z}
  • introducing.the.internet/zen.txt (ascii version)

    Big Dummy's Guide to the Internet

  • pub/Eff/papers/bdummy.txt

    The Incomplete internet Guide

  • Education/Education_Resources/Incomplete_Guide/Incomp.Guide.July.[txt|PS.Z]

    The Internet Companion (with foreword by Al Gore)

  • 192.74.1137.5 OBS/The.Internet.Companion/The.Internet.Companion*

    NWnet resource Guide (very comprehensive)

  • nic/nwnet/user-guide

    SURAnet Internet Resource Guide ( (catalog of catalogs)

  • pub/nic/infoguide.{m-dd}.txt (updated weekly)
  • pub/nic/network.service.guides (ftp, telnet, vi)
  • internet/resources/library_catalog/library-catalog-05-92.txt

    Non-electronic references (Bookware)

  • The Internet Complete Reference, by Harley Hahn &al 1993 Osborne McGraw-Hill
  • The Whole Internet Catalog & User's Guide, by Ed Krol. 1992 O'Reilly & Assoc.
  • The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Internet Peter Kent 1994 Alpha/Prentice Hall

    Internet Resource Guide

  • pub/internet/sites/
  • resource-guide/
  • mail

    Interactive Resource Guide, white, yellow pages (Directory of Directories)

  • login: archie pub/help message: help

    lists of internet services (pointer to pointers)

  • finger pub/ (Yanoff)
  • gopher Other/Hugo's/Dr. Fegg's/BigFun
  • pub/communications/internet-cmc ( (CMC) (see also Resource Catalog at the end of Ed Krol's The Whole Internet 1992)



    Dr Chaos (I have a Master's Degree) (fun views of internet computer news)

  • pub/ccv* pub/gif/*
  • mail (get on Chaos Corner mailing list)

    listserver list (List of lists)

  • netinfo/interest-groups
  • mail message: send netinfo/interest-groups
  • mail message: list global
  • mail listserv@bitnic.bitnet message: list global
  • mail (music list of lists)

    Interactive menu of resources

  • telnet (information databases)
  • login: dftnic (online aid - Nicolas)

    CNI Coalition for Networked Information (Craig A Summerhill

  • message: subscribe cni-directories first_nam last_name

    listserver resource guide

  • mail listserv@arizum1 message: get listservguide

    Bibliography of computer communications materials

  • libsoft/
  • message: send netstart info
  • comserve@rpiecs.bitnet message send compunet biblio

    Directory of Electronic Journals and Newsletters

  • mail listserv@uottawa message: get ejourn{11|12} directory
  • mail listserv@kentvm message: get acadlist file*

    WAIS, WWW, Gopher, Prospero, MIME, Veronica

    wais (a multi format finding system) (wide area information server)

  • login: wais
  • pub/wais/UNC/DOS wais 1.02 for DOS
  • libsoft/wais_servers.txt (list of wais servers)

    www (a hyper text system) (world wide web)

  • pub/WWW/

    gopher (a browsing oriented system for mousing around the internet)

  • login: gopher
  • login: gopher
  • login: gopher
  • login: gopher
  • login: gopher
  • login: gopher
  • pub/gopher (gopher sources)

    prospero (a front end to archie)

  • mail
  • pub/prospero.tar.Z

    mime (email sound, graphics, docs) (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions)

  • rfc/rfc1341.{ps|txt} (MIME specification)

    veronica (Very Easy Rodent-Oriented Net-wide Index to Computerized Archives)

  • To try Veronica, select it from the "Other Gophers" menu on Minnesota's gopher server, or point your gopher at:
  • Name=Veronica Type=1 Port=70 Path=1/Veronica


    User help (Bitnet for the Complete Idiot)

  • mail (@bitnic.bitnet) message: get bitnet user help

    Interbit (to get internet address of bitnet node)

  • mail message: whois sitename

    Books & Documents


  • email message: send catalog send guide

    Book Reviews CARL, item 60

  • telnet
  • 625 (or login: ioplus) (journal bibliography)

    Net Maps

  • pub/maps/{a4|letter}/*.ps (world)
  • maps/ (Michnet)
  • maps/*.ps (national & regional US)
  • pub/maps (SURAnet - east coast US)
  • maps/ (world)
  • /nic/pub/netinfo/maps
  • usenet:comp.mail.maps-ps (net maps, postscript files posted monthly)

    FAQs (answers to Frequently Asked Questions)

  • pub/usenet//

    Project Gutenberg (classics freely available)

  • etext/
  • pub/docs/books/ (includes Quran, Koran)

    Online Book Initiative

  • obi/ (freely available classics, books and papers)

    The jargon file (The New Hackers Dictionary)

  • pub/jargon/jargon.2.9.12.txt.gz

    Dante (All of Dante's and Shakespeare's works on line)

  • login: connect dante

    Shakespeare 24 histories 17 comedies 10 tragedies

  • login: select file
  • pub/etext/shakespeare/

    U.S Constitution

  • doc/USconstitution.Z

    Journals and Artworld

  • login: lewsnts
  • mail message: send ejournal{1|2}.sources

    Zipcodes database

  • pub/ lookup.exe

    lyrics, music

  • pub/music/lyrics/files/
  • pub/music pub/lyrics
  • pub/lyrics

    PostScript (PostScript language specification files, news, programs)

  • mail message: help

    Random other book stuff

  • login: nicol(electronic publishing service - Nicol)
  • nutshell (Info about O'Reilly's Nutshell books, guides)


    Images from Space and scads of other space related info (Voyager &)

  • pub/SPACE/CDROM{|2} (Magellan missions)
  • pub/SPACE/SOFTWARE/ (PC viewer for space images)
  • gifs/space/orien.gif
  • pub/soviet.archive (text and .gifs of soviet docs)
  • login: photos passwd: photos (from shuttle)

    gif archives sites

  • pub/academic/computer-science/virtual-reality/3d

    Otis The Operative Term Is Stimulate (Art collective)

  • pub/multimedia/pictures/OTIS (also gopher)


  • pub/listserv/photo-3d/
  • pub/objects (3d objects)


    The Archives

  • (world's largest BBS, Exec-PC files mirrored)
  • message: send index (NetLib)
  • (Saint Louis) (includes Simtel20 & PCBlue)
  • login: iscabbs(much public domain software)
  • message: send index (NetLib)
  • (Detroit, MI) (mirrors Simtel20)

    Random files and software

  • /contrib/xtroff.tar.Z (troff previewer)
  • pub/gnu/ghostscript-2.5.2.tar.Z (PostScript)
  • pub/ucblogo.* (Logo)
  • kermit/bin (Kermit)
  • pub/pc/win3/games/
  • pub/src/pbmplus.tar.Z (unix graphic --> fax)
  • pub/packet-drivers/ (PC ethernet)
  • pub/crack-4.1.tar.Z (password checking program)
  • doc/pcnet/compression (compression programs)
  • pub/text/ (Rocket Roger, Toxic Custard Workshop)
  • systems/ibmpc/msdos/simtel20/gif/ (cshow)
  • mail (Borland price lists, maintenance upgrades) Free Software Foundation
  • message: send info

    League for Programming Freedom

  • pub/lpf


  • pub/incoming/mpeg2_0/ (win 3.1) (MPEG viewers)
  • gopher Search & Retrieve Software/Graphics

    Library stuff

    Library of Congress

  • telnet pub/LC.Online (Lib of Congress)
  • telnet (eg: t=Dr. Fegg, find identity of Uncle Bert |-)

    CARL Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries (access to library databases)


    Melvyl (access to library databases)

  • telnet
  • telnet

    bibliography database (find journals)

  • telnet

    library software

  • libsoft/

    library catalogs (Internet Accessible Library Catalogs & Databases)

  • login: LIBS (FLASH! a searchable online catalog)
  • cerfnet/cerfnet_info/internet-catalogs-mm-yy (get!)
  • library/internet.library

    online libraries and accessing online bibliographic databases

  • library/libraries.{txt|ps|wp5|adr|contacts} (get me!)
  • pub/internet/libcat-guide (libraries access)
  • telnet (Network Library System - NLS)
  • (Readers Guide to periodical literature)
  • login: bbs (UNC BBS; access to nations libraries)


  • login: lawlib pub/lawlib (law library)
  • pub/law

    Handheld Computers

    palmtop sites:

  • distrib/hp95lx/ (HP 95)
  • (sharp wizard)
  • pub/fin (freyja memutil HP calcs) (HP 95)
  • pub/Psion (Poqet Psion II OPL)
  • (Atari PoFo)
  • public/packages/psion (Psion)
  • mail message: send {help|index|newsletter} (AgendA)
  • +44 0271-24458 AgendA BBS (AgendA)
  • Usenet: comp.sys.palmtops (faq:

    handheld sites (can also telnet hpcvbbs login: new)

  • pub/
  • pub/readme login: newuser
  • pub/
  • new_uploads/
  • pub/graph-ti/ (TI-85/82/81)
  • pub/archive/comp.sources.hp48/index pub/misc/hp28s pub/misc/hp48sx pub/misc/hp95lx
  • systems/hp/hp48
  • pub/HP48
  • telnet DIAL: me\16125 (Iowa State)
  • hp48/ hp48/mirrors/
  • pub/hp-calc (28/48)
  • pub/hp48 (mirror of seq.uncwil)
  • pub/hpcalc/hp28 (hp-28)
  • pub/hp28/ pub/hp48 (28/48)
  • computing/systems/handhelds/hp48
  • ( pub/hp48g
  • (405) 372-7204 The Ninth Bit BBS 14.4k
  • (414) 362-3592 Milwaukee HP48BBS 9600n81 noon sat-7am mon, 6pm-7am weekdays
  • (416) 968-6633 Raiders of Lost Arg 38400n81 (48/95)
  • (517) 886-0836 Dan's BBS Extravaganza 2400n81
  • (612) 642-5906 [(hp)]al BBS
  • (617) 487-6947 HP BBS Edmonton
  • (708) 304-0666 Nybble's Byte 10p-7p m-f 10p-noon s-s(Usenet/28/41/42/48/95/100)
  • (708) 657-9543 Terrapin Station
  • (801) 756-0905 '48 Files BBS
  • Usenet: comp.sys.handhelds, comp.sys.hp48, comp.sources.hp48

    Notes (which is how to use (this section (this file (the internet))))


    111.222.333.444 port# login: login_name (telnet) 111.222.333.444 directory/files_of_interest (ftp) 111.222.333.444 server@site(server@site.Bitnet) message: commands (mail) 111.222.333.444 finger (finger) 111.222.333.444 gopher (gopher) (area code) phone number settings BBS_name (dial-up BBS)

    111.222.333.444 is the IP number (Internet Protocol). is the DNS name corresponding to the IP number. port# is a port number (1-5 digits), which is required if shown, for telnet access (see below). Site names are more stable then IP addresses.

    The entries are compressed as much as possible. In the following example you can finger as well as ftp to access :

    111.222.333.444 finger directory/files_of_interest


    telnet allows you to log in to a remote machine as if you are connected to a directly attached terminal. Allows realtime interactive sessions, browsing through information, not usually file transfers unless kermit or some such is enabled.

    From your terminal prompt type ( is required if given):

    telnet [port#]

    At the login prompt put (it is not given if none is required):

    login: login_name

    Some sites must be logged into from an actual internet node rather than something connected to one (like a PC connected with a SLIP link to a node).

    telneting a port: (site name instead of IP# can be used)
    telnet 2000 (this normally works)


    ftp allows you to logon to a remote site and list and get (and put) files.

    ftp (or ftp IP# if ftp'ing the sitename isn't working)
    login: anonymous                       (anonymous is usual public access name)
    password: <your_email_address> (sometimes guest)  (not required but preferred)
    cd directory                                                    (usually pub/)
    cd sub_directory                                      (often self descriptive)
    get README |more  (more's README to your screen without actually getting file)
    type binary                                                        (see below)
    get file_of_interest                               (download file_of_interest)

    To switch to binary mode for file transfers type at the ftp prompt: bi (shortcut) binary (often works) type binary (usually works) set file type binary (kermit format, sometimes works) tenex (if remote host is vax) Success is indicated by a message saying: set to type I or some such. During file transfer the mode (ASCII, binary ) is usually indicated. Some ftp sites perform automatic switching between modes. remote ftp - Bitftp Mail the following ftp script file to Bitftp@PUCC (Bitnet) or (Internet): help (to get the bitftp help file) ftp site.domain uuencode user anonymous <more commands> (eg. binary, ls, get file_name) quit remote ftp - DECwrl Mail the following ftp script file to connect (defaults to get README.ftp (the help file <more commands> (eg. chdir <dir> binary, ls, get <file_name> quit mail mail site means send a mail message to that site with the message indicated on the first line, put each option on a new line (subject: don't care, unless indicated). They usually take only a few minutes to respond, and if you err they'll send messages explaining the problem, so you can `chat' to them. mail Subject: don't care (usually not read, or read as if it's part of the message) help (usual for getting general help for that site) send (get the file; generic files are help & index) quit (sometimes used to end a mail transaction)


    finger displays a file (hopefully of some useful information) that has made available.


    gopher to show a menu of resources available at that site. Many gopher sites include access to other gopher sites all over the net. If gopher is not available at your site get one, or you can telnet a gopher client (see above, and Yanoff's list for a full list).


    usenet:newsgroup indicates the newsgroup readable on usenet news. Usenet is the global news service that runs on many internet and other sites. Mail is posted by you and me to specific newsgroups, and is read everywhere in the world where that newsgroup is fed. See news.announce.newusers for a list of all the newsgroups (and a dozen 10-page articles about usenet). On unix boxes newsreaders are invoked with a command like nn (No News), rn (read news), trn (threaded read news), or other such incantations. On other systems, who knows? Many folks can't access news directly, but can get on mailing lists often provided for this contingency. Get the list of lists to see the mailing groups, and be aware of bitftp (Bitnet users) or decwrl (others) if you can't ftp directly (see both above).


    .gif gif (graphic interchange format) are encoded pictures .ps postscript file preformatted for postscript printers and viewable on all platforms with various viewers (pageview on sun, ghostscript on any platform). .tar unix tape archive format. To tar files on a PC get pdtar.arc from wustl (see under random files above). To tar a bunch of file into file.tar: tar cvf file.tar file1 file2 file3 to untar the files: tar xvf file.tar (tvf instead of xvf to just see the contents) .tar.Z On unix, filenames may contain numerous extensions. uncompress file.tar.Z to generate file.tar, then untar file.tar to get the contents. .Z unix compression. To compress on a PC get from wustl. To compress a file type: compress file (generates file.Z) To uncompress a file.Z type: uncompress file.Z (regenerates file) .* wildcard, means .whatever {options}: nixpub.{short|long} means nixpub.short or nixpub.long


    (what would make this file more useful to you?)

    This compendium has been growing over a few years of internet travelling, and has been posted on the net every 6 months or so since Summer 1992. It represents the minimum amount of information of the happy net wanderer. It consists of sites of interest to me (which is why there is a section on handheld computers), and hence includes sites of direct relevance to exploring the net. I have tried all sites listed, but some not so recently. These usage notes are little more than an introduction or refresher for the less frequent traveller. Sites such as SURAnet have great help files, as do some of the books (see Internet Resource Guides above). I also highly recommend getting Scott Yanoff's internet services list (see above under Internet (Resource) Guides). Another file I have been culturing for some years is Gateways, Keys to the Matrix, (above) which is a good adjunct to this file. Also see John Chew's internetworking guide (above). Sites do change their contents, services, and locations. I welcome any additions, corrections, deletions, reorganizations, and suggestions @: jeremy at Jeremy |-) Smith December 3, 1993 -- > Why is this total waste of bandwidth necessary? All part of the jolly friendliness of the net. Nothing is necessary.


    The Big Fun guide by Jeremy Smith
    converted to HTML by David Langford