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Topic: NCTM-L is now available on the Web
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Annie Fetter

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NCTM-L is now available on the Web
Posted: Jul 10, 1995 10:23 AM
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In an effort to help deal with the traffic on this group (as well as other
organizational pieces), you can now read nctm-l as a discussion/newsgroup
on the World Wide Web.

There are two parts to this (and this is all explained on the introductory
page). First you can just try it out as a discussion - read some articles
and see how you like it. This method won't keep track of what you've read,
it just has everything there.

If you decide you like this, you can then create an account on our machine
to read news. This account has a name and password, which you will need to
remember! Then you can subscribe to local.nctm-l (which is the name of the
newsgroup on our site), and your newsreading preferences will be stored in
your account. This will keep track of the articles you've read, it threads
discussions together (subject lines become more important!), and you can
create kill files based on subjects or authors.

Give it a try. If you have questions once you've looked at it, let me know
(but please look before you ask).

The address is http://forum.swarthmore.edu/nctm-l.html

Enjoy.

-Annie


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