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CASLL-L October 1996

Subject:

request to archive mailing lists

From:

Russ Hunt <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Thu, 24 Oct 1996 14:51:12 AST

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I received this yesterday.  I don't know anything much about these
folks. I see no reason not to tell them to go ahead, but I'm open to
being convinced.  What does anybody else think?

                                   -- Russ

------- Forwarded Message Follows -------

Date: Wed, 23 Oct 1996 16:12:56 -0700 (PDT)
To: [log in to unmask]
From: List Archive Manager <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: request to archive mailing lists

Hi,

  InReference, Inc. has developed a search service (Reference.COM) that
  provides the Internet community fast, easy, and free access to Usenet
  and electronic mailing lists.  The service is made possible in large part
  by the contributions (software, hardware, communications infrastructure)
  of NASA Ames, Sun, Oracle, Verity, Pacific Bell, Storage Computer and
  others.  The service includes paid advertising from corporate sponsors,
  in addition to free advertising space for non-profits.  The service is
  both Web and e-mail accessible.  It is expected to be the largest online
  repository of Usenet and electronic mailing list archives.

  InReference's goal is to provide users with fairly complete coverage of
  Usenet and electronic mailing lists.  To this end, we would like to
  subscribe to the following lists that you manage:
    CASLL

  By allowing us access to your lists, you will be making your content
  (current and historical) easily accessible to the Internet community,
  as well as your own subscribers. As an example, we archive the INDIA-L
  mailing list from indnet.bgsu.edu. Subscribers to this mailing list
  can search and browse its contents at URL:
  [log in to unmask]" target="_blank">http:[log in to unmask]

  If you want us to archive the above mentioned lists, please reply to this
  message. Include in your reply the names of the lists that you would like
  us to archive. Also, if there are other lists that you manage and would
  like to have archived, include their names also.

  Please do *NOT* subscribe [log in to unmask] to any of the lists
  (list-manager is the alias for the person managing mailing list
  subscriptions). Should you have any questions regarding the service,
  please contact us at [log in to unmask]

  If we do not hear from you, we will assume that you do NOT want your
  lists archived and we will NOT subscribe to them.

  Thanks for your consideration.


                    ==========================================
InReference, Inc.
155A Moffett Park Drive, Suite 210  http://www.Reference.COM
Sunnyvale, CA 94089         +1 408 541 7633
                    ==========================================

Q:  How much will users have to pay to get to the data I'm supplying
    you for free?
A:  Zero, nada, zilch.  Not now, not ever.  We will make our money by
    including ads on the web page, much like other free services do
    today.  Someday we may add premium services that will include an
    additional charge, but the base services will always be free to
    the end user.

Q:  Just who are you?
A:  We are a small startup located in Silicon Valley.  Our access to
    database technology from Oracle, hardware from Sun, and high speed
    Internet access from Pacific Bell gives us a unique edge. Our
    technical team includes Eric Allman, the creator/developer of
    sendmail and Professor Hector Garcia-Molina, head of the
    Digital Library Project at Stanford University.

Q:  How will people access your service?
A:  Queries can be submitted and the results retrieved via the web
    (http://www.reference.com) or by e-mail. See our home page for
    details.
                                __|~_
Russell A. Hunt            __|~_)_ __)_|~_   Department of English
St. Thomas University      )_ __)_|_)__ __)  PHONE: (506) 363-3891
Fredericton, New Brunswick   |  )____) |       FAX: (506) 450-9615
E3B 5G3   CANADA          ___|____|____|____/    [log in to unmask]
                          \                /
       ~~~~~~~~ http://www.StThomasU.ca/hunt/hunt.htm ~~~~~~~~

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