Some Useful Links
About the Music
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Washington Area Computer User Group
WAC and NCTCUG have initiated a new program to inform their members about the other group's meetings.
Lu Spriggs Internet
Web Links column
, a regular feature of the WAC newsletter.
Northern Neck Computer User's Group
- Here's another Virginia group with an interesting site - lot's of useful links!
Hints, Tips and Kinks
Nick Wenri discussing Win95 and Modems.
Check your Netscape Cache
Enter a postal address and have it formatted exactly the way the Postal Service desires, along with the correct ZIP code, including the extra four digits. A second option permits entering a ZIP code and obtaining a list of all acceptable city names that go along with that ZIP. For example 22041 can be Baileys Crossroads VA as well as being Falls Church VA. (Suggested by NCTCUG member Don Gruenther.)
PC World, August '97
demonstrated by Jim Rhodes at the July NCTCUG Internet Sig
Links to our computer roots
The TRS80 Home Page
Ira Goldklang's Revived TRS80 Pages: Main Page
We borrowed the TRS-80 mod III & 100 images here.
Links to resources and FTP site provided by Guy Omer (8-n-1)
Music here !!
Club 100: A Model 100 User Group
Sept. 19, 1998:
I've always been amazed, that, when surfing, I'll run across sites that play music when you arrive at a particular page. Today, I just skimmed the surface, but thought I'd let you hear some, and let you start exploring yourself. You can just put "midi" and the type of music your interested in, say, "rock and roll" in a search engine, and see what you get. Here's a couple of places I discovered - very much opposite ends of the musical spectrum:
The Internet Renaissance Band
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