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Internet Vorfuehrungen organisieren??
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- subject: Internet Vorfuehrungen organisieren??
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- Date: Sat, 28 Sep 1996 17:25:39 +0200
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Hats sowas, besonders originel ists ja nicht, auch mal in einer deutschen
Gross- oder Kleinstadt gegeben??
Geheiztes Zelt auf dem Marktplatz faellt mir ein, aus EFFector:
* SF Internet Demo (Volunteers Needed)
Calling all Netizens and Web Surfers!
* Please repost where appropriate *
Volunteers are needed to staff a storefront Internet demonstration. This is
an opportunity to show off your Internet surfing skills, share your favorite
Web sites and help introduce San Francisco to cyberspace.
Coordinated by NetAction, and co-sponsored by:
Berkeley Mac Users Group (BMUG)
Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)
Institute for Global Communication (IGC)
Volunteers are needed to staff the demonstration. Volunteers must be willing
to work a minimum of two hours and must be familiar with Mac or PC computers
and Netscape web browser software.
The demonstration will be set up in a storefront display kiosk at Opera Plaza,
next to Max's Opera Cafe on Van Ness Avenue. Donated Mac and PC computers
will be set up and volunteers will be available to show visitors how the
Internet works and what sorts of information and resources are available on
the World Wide Web.
Monday, September 30 through Saturday, Oct. 5, 1996, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Opera Plaza, 601 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco
(Between Golden Gate and Turk in the Civic Center)
To show people who are not yet familiar with the Internet how the technology
works and what sort of information and resources are available on the World
Wide Web. The demonstration will use computers and software that consumers
would be likely to purchase, and regular telephone service.
Volunteers should contact Audrie Krause at NetAction.
Phone: (415) 775-8674
Press release about the SF Internet demo available at: