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Network Etiquette

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Title: Network Etiquette
Other Titles: Rules for Posting to USENET
Hints on Writing Style for USENET
A Primer on How to Work With the USENET Community
Frequently Asked Questions on USENET
USENET History
Authors: Ogasawara, Todd
Horton, Mark
Offutt, Jeff
Von Rospach, Chuq
Scharwz, Jerry
show 2 moreSpafford, Gene
University of Hawaii Computing Center

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Keywords: University of Hawaii Computing Center
LC Subject Headings: Usenet (Computer network)--Social aspects
Internet--Social aspects
Computer Communication Networks
Online etiquette
Issue Date: 1987
Abstract: The UHCC VAX (uhccux) connects to thousands of other computers throughout the world. These connections let you communicate both through one-on-one electronic mail and the network news system (USENET). This ability to communicate with so many people electronically requires that you adhere to the rules of network etiquette. The documents listed below will guide you in learning the rules of network behavior. I suggest you at least glance at the documents below before posting your first network news article.
Rules for Posting to USENET
Hints on Writing Style for USENET
A Primer on How to Work With the USENET Community
Frequently Asked Questions on USENET
USENET History
Description: UHCC Document UNX160
Pages/Duration: 20 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/56876
Appears in Collections:Computers, Computing and Information Science



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