Date: Mon, 3 Jul 1995 22:06:20 -0700 From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Clayton A. Feldman, MD) Subject: Information Seaway Seaways Publishing's trio of nautical research-shipmodeling adjuncts is now up and running: 1. The e-mail nautical research list, email@example.com (subscribe to firstname.lastname@example.org; in the body of the message include: "subscribe infonaut- list <your e-mail address>". 2. The WWW home page "Information Seaway", at http://www.seaways.com. Found here are "Seaways' Ships in Scale" magazine tables of contents, shop hints, subscription iformation and a fair number of research links. 3. A public file information site for storage and retrieval, ftp.seaways.com. We will keep files of general interest to the nautical-maritime research communities (we would especially like database files of the nautical archaeology literature). Clay Clayton A. Feldman, MD, Publisher, Seaways' Ships in Scale Magazine "But sails are rare and precious things; their place is not in the murk of the well, but amid the light of the tall masts, where they will collect the winds of space." From Maeterlinck: Our Social Duty
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