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AIDS and Electronic Communications

AIDS and Electronic Communications Special Series AIDS and Electronic Communications Part Three: Communications Channels • · By John S. Makulowich Editor's Note: This is the final install¬ ment of a three-part series on AIDS and electronic communications, which cov¬ ers systems that may improve the care of PWAs. Part one addressed electronic bulletin board systems (BBS) covering HIV and AIDS and what is needed to go "on-line," part two looked into commer¬ cial services such as CompuServe and GEnie as well as database companies such as Dialog. If readers wish to con¬ tact the author about electronic services not listed here, they can reach him via e-mail: his addresses are 72427,2076 (CompuServe) and 72427.2076@compuserve.com inexpensively across global boundaries, for example, to collaborate on a research article while remaining thou¬ sands of miles apart and never meeting in person. Volumes have been written on these communications channels, including Bitnet/CREN and UUCP, and some are referenced in the bibliography. What I attempt here is a brief overview. join mailing lists (see Sidebar on how to find mailing lists of interest). For example, last night, while review¬ ing my e-mail, I came across an an¬ nouncement about CancerNet, a new that offers information on cancer http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png AIDS Patient Care Mary Ann Liebert

AIDS and Electronic Communications

AIDS Patient Care , Volume 6 (6) – Dec 1, 1992

AIDS and Electronic Communications

AIDS Patient Care , Volume 6 (6) – Dec 1, 1992

Abstract

Special Series AIDS and Electronic Communications Part Three: Communications Channels • · By John S. Makulowich Editor's Note: This is the final install¬ ment of a three-part series on AIDS and electronic communications, which cov¬ ers systems that may improve the care of PWAs. Part one addressed electronic bulletin board systems (BBS) covering HIV and AIDS and what is needed to go "on-line," part two looked into commer¬ cial services such as CompuServe and GEnie as well as database companies such as Dialog. If readers wish to con¬ tact the author about electronic services not listed here, they can reach him via e-mail: his addresses are 72427,2076 (CompuServe) and 72427.2076@compuserve.com inexpensively across global boundaries, for example, to collaborate on a research article while remaining thou¬ sands of miles apart and never meeting in person. Volumes have been written on these communications channels, including Bitnet/CREN and UUCP, and some are referenced in the bibliography. What I attempt here is a brief overview. join mailing lists (see Sidebar on how to find mailing lists of interest). For example, last night, while review¬ ing my e-mail, I came across an an¬ nouncement about CancerNet, a new that offers information on cancer

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Mary Ann Liebert
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Copyright 1992 Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
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Special Series
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0893-5068
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1557-7449
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10.1089/apc.1992.6.266
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Abstract

Special Series AIDS and Electronic Communications Part Three: Communications Channels • · By John S. Makulowich Editor's Note: This is the final install¬ ment of a three-part series on AIDS and electronic communications, which cov¬ ers systems that may improve the care of PWAs. Part one addressed electronic bulletin board systems (BBS) covering HIV and AIDS and what is needed to go "on-line," part two looked into commer¬ cial services such as CompuServe and GEnie as well as database companies such as Dialog. If readers wish to con¬ tact the author about electronic services not listed here, they can reach him via e-mail: his addresses are 72427,2076 (CompuServe) and 72427.2076@compuserve.com inexpensively across global boundaries, for example, to collaborate on a research article while remaining thou¬ sands of miles apart and never meeting in person. Volumes have been written on these communications channels, including Bitnet/CREN and UUCP, and some are referenced in the bibliography. What I attempt here is a brief overview. join mailing lists (see Sidebar on how to find mailing lists of interest). For example, last night, while review¬ ing my e-mail, I came across an an¬ nouncement about CancerNet, a new that offers information on cancer

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AIDS Patient CareMary Ann Liebert

Published: Dec 1, 1992

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