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AIDS and Electronic Communications News

AIDS and Electronic Communications News AIDS and Electronic Communications News By John S. Makulowich, M.A. HIV/AIDS Info BBS/AEGIS Network The HIV/AIDS Info BBS/AEGIS Network [(714) 248-2836, in San Juan Capistrano, CA; 1200-19,200 bps (bits per second); 8In an introduction file, the user learns that this BBS is a cofounder of the AEGIS (AIDS Education General Information System) Network and that AEGIS currently links Australia, Canada, Europe (England, France, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands), and 26 states in the United States. The organization of the board flows along two paths: (1) Conferences or Message Areas and (2) Online Library Services. The conference or message areas use store and forward mail to pass electronic messages among many separate BBS in the AEGIS Network and FidoNet. Any message you enter on this system is stored for delivery. At a set time, your message is sent to all the boards in the network. Anyone who reads your message anywhere can send a reply in the same fashion. Conferences include AIDS. Dialogue, Understandably, the system notes placed on the BBS about treatment protocols or other information useful mat. that data in medical treatment is intended for infor- N-l-full duplex] is further evidence of the sophistication that computer-mediated communication http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png AIDS Patient Care Mary Ann Liebert

AIDS and Electronic Communications News

AIDS Patient Care , Volume 7 (6) – Dec 1, 1993

AIDS and Electronic Communications News

AIDS Patient Care , Volume 7 (6) – Dec 1, 1993

Abstract

AIDS and Electronic Communications News By John S. Makulowich, M.A. HIV/AIDS Info BBS/AEGIS Network The HIV/AIDS Info BBS/AEGIS Network [(714) 248-2836, in San Juan Capistrano, CA; 1200-19,200 bps (bits per second); 8In an introduction file, the user learns that this BBS is a cofounder of the AEGIS (AIDS Education General Information System) Network and that AEGIS currently links Australia, Canada, Europe (England, France, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands), and 26 states in the United States. The organization of the board flows along two paths: (1) Conferences or Message Areas and (2) Online Library Services. The conference or message areas use store and forward mail to pass electronic messages among many separate BBS in the AEGIS Network and FidoNet. Any message you enter on this system is stored for delivery. At a set time, your message is sent to all the boards in the network. Anyone who reads your message anywhere can send a reply in the same fashion. Conferences include AIDS. Dialogue, Understandably, the system notes placed on the BBS about treatment protocols or other information useful mat. that data in medical treatment is intended for infor- N-l-full duplex] is further evidence of the sophistication that computer-mediated communication

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Mary Ann Liebert
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Copyright 1993 Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
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0893-5068
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1557-7449
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10.1089/apc.1993.7.333
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AIDS and Electronic Communications News By John S. Makulowich, M.A. HIV/AIDS Info BBS/AEGIS Network The HIV/AIDS Info BBS/AEGIS Network [(714) 248-2836, in San Juan Capistrano, CA; 1200-19,200 bps (bits per second); 8In an introduction file, the user learns that this BBS is a cofounder of the AEGIS (AIDS Education General Information System) Network and that AEGIS currently links Australia, Canada, Europe (England, France, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands), and 26 states in the United States. The organization of the board flows along two paths: (1) Conferences or Message Areas and (2) Online Library Services. The conference or message areas use store and forward mail to pass electronic messages among many separate BBS in the AEGIS Network and FidoNet. Any message you enter on this system is stored for delivery. At a set time, your message is sent to all the boards in the network. Anyone who reads your message anywhere can send a reply in the same fashion. Conferences include AIDS. Dialogue, Understandably, the system notes placed on the BBS about treatment protocols or other information useful mat. that data in medical treatment is intended for infor- N-l-full duplex] is further evidence of the sophistication that computer-mediated communication

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AIDS Patient CareMary Ann Liebert

Published: Dec 1, 1993

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