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EMAIL 101 by John Goodwin, this is an Alpha test version, your
suggestions will be included in the Beta test versions, and in
the final editions.
This rough version is missing 8 out of 28 chapters and 1 out of 5
appendices.
Copyright (c) 1993 by John E. Goodwin. All Rights Reserved.
You may make and distribute verbatim copies of these course notes for
non-commercial purposes using any means, provided this copyright notice
is preserved on all copies.
For information on taking the internetworking course, contact
John Goodwin (jgoodwin@adcalc.fnal.gov)
P.O. Box 6022
St. Charles, IL 60174, U.S.A.
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<title> E-MAIL 101
If you like those little machines that give you 24 hour access to your
bank account, you'll love the Internet. I suppose there are still
people who, given a choice, will go to a drive-through teller just so
they can deal with a "live person" instead of a machine. But even those
people will admit that it is nice to have the option of doing things for
yourself, on your own schedule, anywhere. Do you remember what it was
like before automatic tellers? Banks closed at 3 p.m. on weekdays.
Each Saturday you had to guess how much money you would need for the
following week. If you were wrong you had to cash a check at a food
store (and maybe buy something you didn't want). And if you were out of
town? Well, there were always credit cards.
We don't do that anymore. I think many people go to the automatic
teller because they like the privacy of handling their own business


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