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New Hampshire ISIG Tuesday, October 7, 1997 - The Social Web/Ric

When:    Tuesday October 7, 1997 7PM
Where:   Nashua, NH Public Library, 2 Court St, Nashua, NH.
Topic:   The Social Web
Speaker: Richard Seltzer, Author and Internet Evangelist 

The NH INTERNET SIG (Special Interest Group) welcomes you to its
monthly meeting, the first Tuesday of every month. 

The next meeting features Richard Seltzer, an Internet Evangelist in 
the Internet Business Group at Digital Equipment Corporation. Richard, 
along with his wife Barbara, runs B&R Samizdat Express, a small book 
publisher. Richard also has written several books and articles. He also 
hosts a weekly online chat session, Business on the World Wide Web.
If you want to find out more information about Richard, please visit 
his web page:

For a preview of the session, you may view the slides:

The preface and intro to Richard's new book is: and

Note: We had originally planned a meeting on PDAs. We are in process of 
rescheduling that meeting due to a scheduling conflict.

 For more information contact Ken Adams at (603) 
598-1823 eMail: director at

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>, 
NH-ISIG meeting coordinator..
Mailing list: nh-isig at
To subscribe, send email to:nh-isig-request at
With the word, subscribe, in the body.


Directions to the Nashua Public Library 
All parking if free 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. 

>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. 
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
New Hampshire Internet SIG Meeting Coordinator

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