INE WORLD WIDE WEB (WWW) SITE
By Patrick Bailey. INE President
From: NEN, Vol. 3, No. 7, December 1995, pp. 13-14.
The INE has its WWW site at: www.padrak.com/ine/.
This site currently has over 25 text articles, including: information on the INE, the IANS, and PACE; various letters written by Paul Brown, Bruce dePalma, William Hyde, and Stefan Marinov; a complete listing of all of the papers in the Proceedings of the 1993 and 1994 Intentional Symposiums on New Energy (ISNEs); and which presentations are still available on videotape, for how much (cheap), and where to get them; a report on the T. Townsend Brown Conference held in April 1994, in Philadelphia; a sample issue of NEN, the October 1995 issue; a complete Table of Contents FOR ALL NENs to date, in six month's issues per file size; several papers recently presented at the Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference (IECEC); several important speeches given at past IECEC's; a large file of paper, report, and book references, other interesting data; and other important and related files. We have not yet included any pictures, and we plan to use B&W pictures (and text replacements for Lynx) as much as possible to save WWW disk space. A revision file has also been included to show when any of the site files were last added or updated.
Note that all the information that you can see on any WWW site is available for easy downloading, so the INE site will be used only for releasing information to the general world-wide public. All you need to access this site is a computer, modem, phone line, a service provider, and the ability to connect to the Internet through your service provider (AOL, Compuserve, Netcom, etc.). Check your local internet companies for these services and costs as well as checking with the largest companies. Once your computer is set up, the internet is easy to access and use.
We also have an e-mail site address at: email@example.com.
Send any articles or papers that you would like included on the INE web site to that e-mail address as "text only" files, and they will be posted to the general public within a week. Otherwise, send them on IBM or Mac 31/2-inch floppy disks in "text only" format to INE.
Private, confidential, or proprietary information SHOULD NOT be transmitted via e-mail, unless it is encrypted. There are several examples of e-mail misuse, including one recent interesting case where a person's mail went from one state in the US to another, after going first to Virginia and then to Israel. Such cases are real. Be careful what you sign and what you do. Always keep your word.
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