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New Hampshire INTERNET SIG Meeting 6/4/96 - Randy Zeitvogel

When: Tuesday June 4, 1996, 6:30 PM
Where: Nashua, NH Public Library, 2 Court St, Nashua, NH.
Featuring: Randolph Zeitvogel
Topics: Running Electronic Bulletin Board Services at home and at work.

The NH INTERNET SIG welcomes you to its monthly meeting, the first Tuesday
of every month. We will focus on the different types of Bulletin Board
Systems and how to run your own BBS at home or on an intranet BBS within a
company. What kind of information is placed on BBS systems and more. 

Randolph Zeitvogel is the founder of Inarachnid, Inc. as well as a
Consulting Engineer for the Southeastern Regional Education Service Center,
Inc. (SERESC) and one of the lead people in getting the Hampstead school
system connected to the Internet as the first full fledged Internet
connected school system.

Randy and the NH-ISIG staff are ready to answer any kind of Internet questions 
you want to pose.

First door prize drawing is at 7:00PM sharp. 

Everyone Welcome, No Memberships or Fees to attend!
To join the Boston Computer Society, send email to:membership-info at
or call the BCS office at (617)290-5700. Membership applications are
always available at our meetings.

join in - get connected. Put your WEB page on nh-isig. The user group has
space to host personal web pages for its members. If you already have a Web
page elsewhere, we can add the link. 

For more information contact Ken Adams at (603) 598-1823
eMail: director at
Or send email to Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
Mailing list: nh-isig at

Directions to the Nashua Public Library (Plenty of free parking after 5PM):
>From south of Nashua:
Take Route 3 North to Nashua. Take exit 5E, Route 111 East 
(Kinsley St., There is a Howard Johnson's Motel at the exit). 
Follow 111 East (Kinsley St.) to the fourth set of lights and Main St. North. 
Turn left onto Main St. and at the third set of lights turn right onto Temple 
St. Take Temple St. to 2nd left onto Cottage Avenue (Behind Indian Head Plaza) 
into Library's metered parking lot. (Meters in force 9AM to 5PM only).

>From North of Nashua:
Take the Everett Turnpike (Rte. 3) to Exit 7-E, 101A (Amherst St.)
Follow 101A to major intersection and turn right onto Main St.
Follow Main St. and turn left at the second set of lights onto Temple St. 
Take Temple St. to 2nd left onto Cottage Avenue (Behind Indian Head Plaza) 
into Library's metered parking lot. (Meters in force 9AM to 5PM only).

Jerry Feldman            Digital Unix Development Environment
Digital Equipment Corp.  gaf at
110 Spitbrook Rd.        Mailstop: ZKO3-3/Y25
Nashua, NH 03062-9987    (603)881-2970, DTN:381-2970
Boston Computer Society Board of Directors gaf at

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