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LOCAL - Boston, MA: BCS Linux/Unix User's Group - LUUG

Meeting Topic: Learning & Using Tcl & Tk.
	How these two tools for writing scripts and creating GUI's under X
	Window work, plus what kind of learning curve is involved.

	Join us as Robert Luoma demonstrates what can be done with Tcl & 
	Tk, and how you can benefit from these two utilities.

Who:	Boston Computer Society Linux/Unix User's Group
When:	15 February 1995 --7:00 pm.
Where:	M.I.T. Bldg. 66 - Room 154 -->> 25 Ames St.
	(25 Ames Street in Cambridge [Kendall Sq.] - Triangular shaped 
	building on the odd-numbered side of the street.)

How to get there:
	By Car:	Ames Street runs between 414 Main Street and 130 
	Memorial Drive. Near M.I.T. Coop & Legal Seafood.

	By MBTA: Take the Red Line to Kendall Square. Walk past MIT Coop
	& Legal Seafood, turn left onto Ames St., walking towards the 
	Charles River. Building 66 [25 Ames St.] will be on your right
	near the bend in the road (the building is triangular or wedge shaped 
	when you're standing in front of it).

Next Meeting: 15 March 1995 --> Jim Paradis of Digital -- Linux on the 

APRIL MEETING - 19th  Simson Garfinkel author of Nutshell books on Unix 
	Security & PGP, discussing Unix Security.

Guy Bzibziak	*  "Walk! Not bloody likely. I am going in a taxi."
Boston, MA USA	*  - Pygmalion, by G. B. Shaw
Internet:   guybz at 	Compuserve: 71561,1703
Voice# (Days Only): 617-536-5200 	FAX# (Days Only): 617-536-0394

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