UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA - AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER
The EnviroLink Network would like to invite you to try out its newest networking endeavour, the EnviroFreenet.
The EnviroLink Network is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to facilitating communication on environmental issues. Our series of networks include over 400,000 people in 93 countries. All of our services are provided at no charge to the user, thus allowing everyone to join, with no regard to economic situation.
The EnviroFreenet offers e-mail accounts, environmental b-boards, chat conferences, the EnviroGopher, the EnviroWeb and access to almost every other Internet Service imaginable. It can be accessed using either Telnet or Gopher.
If you have access to telnet:
telnet to: envirolink.org Follow the directions to receive a free account.
If you have access to Gopher:
Go to the main gopher list, and choose "International Organizations" and then choose the "EnviroGopher" From the EnviroGopher, choose "Connect to EnviroFreenet"
gopher to: envirolink.org port 70
If you have any questions, then please feel free to contact us, but we first recommend you connecting to the system, as that will answer most of them. The EnviroLink Network is a volunteer-run organization, so please allow some time for responses.
For the earth,
Director, The EnviroLink Network
4551 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213 USA
(412) 681-8300 <-- phone
(412) 681-6707 <-- fax
firstname.lastname@example.org <-- e-mail
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