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what this file is At the

Found at: 0x1bi.net:70/textfiles/file?internet/weird2_1.sup

        SUPPLEMENT TO high weirdness by email v2.1

*** what this file is ***

At the last minute, trying to put something together for release, I have
] some things from the slopoke ftp site
i] contents of the red.css political archive [ftp]
ii] scott yanoff's internet resource list
v] an IRC FAQ
v] some stuff 'left over' from the future-culture FAQ
vi] cult of the dead cow newfiles
vii] ftp.rahul.net archive contents
viii] email addresses for sf fan groups


*** STUFF AT THE SLOPOKE FTP SITE ***
- all these files available from slopoke ftp site
Files on Chaos Magic and from Peter Carroll's latest book.
 Liber Files from various Thelemic authors. Uploaded by Grendel,
mimir@u.washington.edu from The Sacred Grove BBS (206)634-1980.
 Enochian Files uploaded by Grendel, mimir@u.washington.edu. These are
from The Sacred Grove BBS (206)634-1980.
Descriptions of files on this disk:
Etemple.txt -- The complete text of the chapbook "Enochian Temples"
Lowertem.txt -- The Lower Temple. Instructions for constructing altars for
                the temple from the "servient" squares of the Angelic Tablets
Cacodemo.txt -- Invoking the Cacodemons with the Enochian Temples.
Firetemp.txt -- A Ritual for the Construction of a Temple of the Fire Tablet.
                A more elaborate example of a ritual for "Enochian Temples"
                Makes use of Thelemic symbolism.
Firstkey.txt -- An analysis of the First Angelic Key
Temabyss.txt -- Invoking the "Abyss" Experience with Enochian Temples.
Aeonpers.txt -- The INRI/IRNI formulas, their relation to the Temple
                initiatory system and the Set/Horus duality. The cosmic
                effects of the Temples, and suggestions for using the
                Temples. Contains some hype, which can be safely ignored.
SetHorus.txt -- Further examination of the Set / Horus mythos, its
                astrological characteristics and relation to the IRI/IRNI
                formulas.

Alnotes.txt --  Random notes on the gematria of Liber AL vel Legis
Archer.txt --   The Book of the Archer. Describes a long-term magickal
                exercise using the magician's astrological chart as a
                lamen.
Heptagrm.txt -- An experimental Ritual of the Heptagram, for use with
                John Dee's "Heptarchic" magickal system.
Hexrit.txt --   An experimental Ritual of the Hexagram, using Enochian
                divine names and a revised interpretation of the INRI
                formula.
                not describable in simple terms.
Keytwo.txt --   Experiments with the Second Enochian Key. Describes
                attempts to determine the true use of the Second Key.
                Tree of Life.
TheLand.txt --  Medieval Social Structures and Achad's Tree of Life.
                Briefly describes the close relation between these two
                areas.
ZRound.txt --   The Zodiacal Round. A series of meditations on the
                precessional zodiac sequence as series of steps in the
                creative process. Received from Enochian sources.
Gematria.zip -- A gematria database program. Included data files
                contain the entire contents of Sepher Sephiroth,
                plus an additional 1100 Hebrew words. The Enochian
                data files contain the entire Calls, all divine names
                from the Tablets, the Heptarchia, the Aethyrs, and
                numerous additional words from Dee's records.
 Ceremonial Magick Files
 Orgone Committee Files uploaded by Grendel (mimir@u.washington.edu) sysop
        - the orgone committee sounds _really weird_
benjamin rowe files
Contents of this disk:
ANATOMY.TXT -- Frater Achad's "Anatomy of the Body of God"
ANATFIGS.ZIP -- Zipped file containing the diagrams for "Anatomy of the Body of God"
REVIVAL.TXT -- Frater Achad's "The Egyptian Revival"
ACHDTREE.GIF -- Diagram of Frater Achad's "restored" Tree of Life to accompany "The Egyptian Revival"
SABIAN.TXT -- A listing of the 360 "Sabian Symbols"
SENIORS.TXT -- The magickal record of a series of invocations of the Seniors of the Enochian Tablet of Earth
NEWAEON.TXT -- A work-in-progress concerning the astrological symbolism of the New Aeon.
AEONGIFS.ZIP -- Diagrams to go with NEWAEON.TXT




*** POLITICAL ARCHIVES CONTENTS LIST ***
based on Index for ftp archives on red.css.itd.umich.edu in /poli
Updated 12/10/92
zines have since been moved to /zines, where Factsheet Five Electric archives
are also kept..

./Amazons.Intl:
_ai.readme ai.02 ... ai.22 ai.FAQ ai.index

./Arm.the.Spirit:
Misc/ PKK/ RAF/ RZ/ qts.readme ats12 ats13

./Arm.the.Spirit/Misc:
biotech biotech.discuss open.borders why-antia.pamphlet

./Arm.the.Spirit/PKK:

./Arm.the.Spirit/RAF:
_red.army.fraction counter.power iraq raf.history raf.prisoners sevillano

./Arm.the.Spirit/RZ:
_revolutionary.cells gerd.albartus

./Armadillo.Culture:
armadillo.04

./BAD.brigade:
BAD-Broadside-#1 ... BAD-Broadside-#8 BAD-Pamphlet-AIDS BAD.pamphlets

./Disability.Rag:
_disability.rag.readme dr13.1 dr13.2

./ECN:

./EOA:
free.publicity questionnaire

./Env-Link:
el.921203a el.921203b

./Essays:
Chomsky/ Conspiracy/ _index abolishWork community.policing durruti.interview
free.speech.battle.1 free.speech.battle.2 free.vanunu gulf.crisis.1

./Essays/Chomsky:
chomsky.vain_hopes

./Essays/Conspiracy:
NOTE.IMPORTANT README.pacifica.radio.stations bush.clinton.drugs.1
bush.clinton.drugs.2 bush.clinton.drugs.3 cancer.injection.1 ...
cancer.injection.6 chemotherapy.1 ... chemotherapy.5 cia.torture.1
cia.torture.2 contras federal.mind-control.1 ... federal.mind-control.7
food.radiation.1  food.radiation.2 food.radiation.4 inslaw.01 ... inslaw.18
nslaw.report.toc kennedy.01 ... kennedy.21

./Future.Culture:
FAQ.921001 FAQ.921017 _future.culture.readme

./History:
AMRC.bombing.1970

./INAC:
_inac.readme british.counterinsurgency coughlin.interview gays.and.ira
rish.police.and.south.africa irish.revisionism irish.women job.discrimination
mandela.and.ira partition partition.and.women trail.of.tears unions

./IWW:
about.the.iww bay.area.iww iww.preamble

./LaRouche:
larouche.program.01...larouche.program.21 lincoln.1... lincoln.3 tv.1...tv.8

./MIM:
MIM.essays/ _literature.list _mim.readme mn1 ... mn9

./MIM/MIM.essays:
ad.mt1 albania american.leninism anti.idealism china cpp.on.mao cpp.on.mao2
kampuchea korea korea.and.taiwan lester.thurow pacifism peru peru.gonzalo

./MPCC:
_mpcc.readme factsheet nptn.doc

./NativeNet:

./NativeNet/1492:
Essay/ Event/ Index Media/ Misc/ Myths/ Organizations/ Printed/ Resources/

./NativeNet/1492/Essay:
aim-statement awair-essay guatemala-conf herstory heyerdahl-talk indian-child
kuna-statement newsweekchalng peopleshistory weatherford winona-laduke

./NativeNet/1492/Event:
Current/ Past/

./NativeNet/1492/Event/Current:
bayarea-events denver-action environ-events hgw-detail hgw-intro
ndiana-event stlouis-event

./NativeNet/1492/Event/Past:
conferences denver-action guyana-commem hum-rts-conf panama-pilgrim

./NativeNet/1492/Media:
carib-ghosts deep-dish-tv pbs-series van-homelands

./NativeNet/1492/Misc:

./NativeNet/1492/Myths:

./NativeNet/1492/Organizations:

./NativeNet/1492/Printed:

./NativeNet/1492/Resources:
canadaradiopgm org-resources teach-resource

./NativeNet/General:

./Non.Serviam:
README.non.serviam Stirner/

./Non.Serviam/Stirner:
README.Stirner der.einzige.sea.hqx

./Organized.Thoughts:
ot.1 ... ot.4

./P_News:
total 100
README.pnews class.struggle guyana hatespeech ortega our.nazis

./Peoples.Tribune:

./Phirst.Amendment:

./Practical.Anarchy:
_pa.readme pa-1.1 pa-1.2 pa-1.3

./Purps:

./Resources:
FOIA.how.to ftp.FAQ igc.info internet.bbs.list manufacturer.phone.numbers
nixpub.lst ny.transfer.info pdial radical.address.list

./Scream:

./Screams.of.Abel:
ntermosh.03 ... intermosh.15 soa.01 soa.02

./Unplasticnews:
unplasticnews.1 ... unplasticnews.7

./Workers.World:
Sam.Marcy/ Series.capitalist.rule/ Series.workers.change.world/
WW.Essays/ _workers.world.readme

./Workers.World/Sam.Marcy:
_sam.marcy.readme bugsy.txt capitalist.crisis clinton.and.workers
economy.and.election feet.of.clay marxism.and.insurrection pentagon.mania
vault.keepers yeltsin-gaidar.crisis yeltsin.in.decline yugoslavia

./Workers.World/Series.capitalist.rule:
capitalist.rule.01 ... capitalist.rule.25

./Workers.World/Series.workers.change.world:

./Workers.World/WW.Essays:
ballots.and.bullets che.in.nyc uvf.interview war.for.oil
                ++++++++end contents list+++++++++



*** SCOTT YANOFF'S LIST ***

Forwarded message:
>From DURFLING@AC.GRIN.EDU Thu Nov 19 10:02:33 1992
Message-Id: <9211191702.AA00445@nyx.cs.du.edu>
	of Denver.  The University has neither control over nor
	responsibility for the opinions or correct identity of users.
Date: Thu, 19 Nov 92 9:25:47 cdt
From: "Finagle, etc. (Durflinger,Edward M)" 
To: MPORTER@nyx.cs.du.edu




          * SPECIAL INTERNET CONNECTIONS:    Last Update: 11/3/92 *
          * Compiled By:  Scott Yanoff -  yanoff@csd4.csd.uwm.edu *
* A + by an entry designates new entries/changes to the list since last update *
  
 -Agricultural Info.    telnet psupen.psu.edu or telnet 128.118.36.5
   			 PENpages			       (Login: PNOTPA)
  		        telnet caticsuf.csufresno.edu or telnet 129.8.100.15
  			 CSU Freso ATI-NET	               (Login: super)
 			telnet eureka.clemson.edu or telnet 130.127.8.3
			 CUFAN (Clemson U Forestry & Ag. Net.) (Login: PUBLIC)
		        ftp ftp.sura.net (get file pub/nic/agricultural.list,
			 it contains agricultural email lists & services.)
		       +mail almanac@oes.orst.edu
			 body-of-message: send guide  also: send mail-catalog
 
   offers: Agricultural info (livestock reports, current market prices, etc.)
 
 -Am. Philos. Assoc.	telnet atl.calstate.edu or telnet 130.150.102.33
   offers:  BBS for APA.  (Login: apa)
 
 -Archie                telnet archie.mcgill.ca or 132.206.2.3         (Canada)
			telnet archie.funet.fi or 128.214.6.100  (Finland/Eur.)
			telnet archie.au or 139.130.4.6 	    (Aussie/NZ)
		        telnet archie.cs.huji.ac.il or 132.65.6.5      (Israel)
		        telnet archie.doc.ic.ac.uk or 146.169.11.3 (UK/Ireland)
		        telnet archie.sura.net or 128.167.254.179    (USA [MD])
	                telnet archie.unl.edu or 129.93.1.14         (USA [NE])
		        telnet archie.ans.net or 147.225.1.2         (USA [NY])
			telnet archie.rutgers.edu or 128.6.18.15     (USA [NJ])
                       +telnet archie.kuis.kyoto-u.ac.jp or 130.54.20.1 (JAPAN)
		       +telnet archie.nz or 130.195.9.4		  (New Zealand)
   offers: Searches all ftp sites for any program you want.  (Login: archie)
 
 -Archie Mail Servers   mail archie@
   Subject: help  Offers: alterative Archie access to those w/o ftp or telnet.
 
 -Auroral Activity	finger aurora@xi.uleth.ca or finger aurora@142.66.3.29
   offers: Auroral activity warnings/watches/sightings, updated hourly.
 
 -Baseball Scores       finger jtchern@ocf.berkeley.edu for scores/standings OR
			mail jtchern@ocf.berkeley.edu  w/Subject: MLB
   offers: The latter will subscribe you to receive Major League scores daily!
 
 -Backgammon Servers    telnet 134.130.130.46 4321
		        telnet solana.mps.ohio-state.edu 3200 or 128.146.37.78
   offers: Play Backgammon! (Login: guest)
 
 -Billboard Charts	finger buckmr@aix.rpi.edu
   offers: U.S. Top Pop singles for the week.
 
 -CARL			telnet pac.carl.org or 192.54.81.128
   offers: Online database, book reviews, magazine fax delivery service.
 
 -CHAT			telnet debra.dgbt.doc.ca or telnet 142.92.36.15
   offers: Interactive AIDS document and simulated conversation (Login: chat)
 
 -Chess Server 		telnet valkyries.andrew.cmu.edu 5000 or 128.2.232.4 5000
  offers: Play/watch real-time chess with human opponents. Type 'help' for help
 
 ?C64 Archive Server    mail twtick@corral.uwyo.edu
   Subject: Mail-Archive-Request  Body-of-letter: help (hit return) end
 
 -Dante Project         telnet library.dartmouth.edu or 129.170.16.11
   offers: Divine Comedy and reviews.  (Login: connect dante)
 
 +Diplomacy		mail judge@milton.u.washington.edu
   offers: Play the SSI game Diplomacy via email. Body-of-letter: help
 
 -DUATS			telnet duat.gtefsd.com or telnet 131.131.7.105
			telnet duats.gtefsd.com or telnet 131.131.7.106
  offers: Aviation weather, flight planning. (Login: )
         The first address is for certified pilots, the second for uncertified.
 
 -Earthquake Info.      finger quake@geophys.washington.edu or 128.95.16.50
   offers: Recent quake info (location, time, magnitude, etc.)
 
 -E-Math		telnet e-math.ams.com or 130.44.1.100
   offers: Am. Math. Soc. bbs w/ software and reviews. (Login/Password: e-math)
 
 -FaxGate		mail FaxGate@elvis.sovusa.com
   offers: Send a Fax via computer.  In body-of-message: help
 
 -FDA BBS		telnet fdabbs.fda.gov or telnet 150.148.8.48
   offers: FDA bbs (News releases, Aids info, consumer info...) (Login: bbs)
 
 -FEDIX			telnet fedix.fie.com or telnet 192.111.228.33
   offers: info. on scholarships, minority assistance, etc. (login: fedix)
 
 -Freenet     		telnet freenet-in-[a,b,c].cwru.edu or 129.22.8.47
			telnet yfn.ysu.edu or 192.55.234.27 (Login: visitor)
   offers: USA Today Headline News, Sports, etc...
 
 -Fileserver via Email  mail smiley@uiuc.edu
   In body-of-message: Filesend: help  and on a separate line:  Filesend: list
 
 -FTP Mail		mail ftpmail@decwrl.dec.com
   Subject:(hit return) Body-of-letter: help (return) quit Offers:ftp via email
 
 -FTP Mail		mail bitftp@pucc.princeton.edu
   Body-of-letter: help or ftplist for a list of anon. ftp sites.
 
 -FTP Sites/Archives 	ftp ocf.berkeley.edu or ftp 128.32.184.254
   offers: Docs, 5 puritytests, the Bible, Dec. of Ind, lyrics..cd /pub/Library
		        ftp wuarchive.wustl.edu or rainbow.cse.nau.edu or
   offers: Gif archive, pc software. plaza.aarnet.edu.au or erratic.bradley.edu
			ftp ftp.uu.net
   offers: You name it, it's here!
			ftp archive.umich.edu
   offers: Software for MS-Dos computers, Mac, Amiga, Apple2, Apollo...
			ftp oak.oakland.edu
   offers: A huge software archive for PCs and UNIX.
			ftp ftp.sura.net
   offers: How-to's about internet (how to email, ftp, telnet, etc.) in /pub/nic
 
 -Genetics Bank		mail gene-server@bchs.uh.edu
  		       +mail retrieve@ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
  		       +mail blast@ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
   Subject: help  Offers: genetic database/nucleic acid/protein sequence.
 
 -Geographic Server     telnet martini.eecs.umich.edu 3000 or 141.212.99.9 3000
   offers: Info by city or area code (Population, Lat./Long., Elevation, etc).
 
 -Georgetown Med. Lib.  telnet mars.georgetown.edu or telnet 141.161.40.4
  (Login: medlib  Password: dahlgren  Last name: netguest)
 
 -GO Server		telnet lacerta.unm.edu 6969 or telnet 129.24.14.70 6969
		        telnet icsib18.icsi.Berkeley.EDU 6969
		        telnet cnam.cnam.fr 6969 or telnet 192.33.159.6 6969
   offers:  Join others and play a game of GO. (Login/Password: go)
 
 -Gopher		telnet consultant.micro.umn.edu or telnet 134.84.132.4
			telnet panda.uiowa.edu or telnet 128.255.63.234
			telnet gdunix.gd.chalmers.se or 129.16.221.40 (SWEDISH)
			telnet gopher.uiuc.edu or telnet 128.174.33.160
		        telnet gopher.unt.edu or telnet 129.120.1.42
		        telnet tolten.puc.cl or telnet 146.155.1.16 (CHILE)
		       +telnet wsuaix.csc.wsu.edu  (Login: wsuinfo)
  Offers:  access to other services, gophers, documents, etc. (Login: gopher)
 
 -Guitar Chords/TAB	ftp ftp.nevada.edu or ftp 131.216.1.11
   offers: Tablature/Chords for guitar in /pub/guitar.
 
 -Ham Radio Callbooks   telnet callsign.cs.buffalo.edu 2000 or 128.205.32.2 2000
		        telnet ham.njit.edu 2000 or telnet 128.235.1.10 2000
   offers: National ham radio call-sign callbook.
 
 -Handicap/Medical Site ftp handicap.shel.isc-br.com or ftp 129.189.4.184
   offers: anonymous ftp of software and medical info.
 
 -HP Calculator BBS	telnet hpcvbbs.cv.hp.com or telnet 15.255.72.16
   offers:  BBS for HP Calc. users, with chat mode.  (Login: new)
 
 +Hpcwire		telnet hpcwire.ans.net or telnet 147.225.1.51
   offers: Excellent menu-driven information searches. (Login: hpcwire)
 
 -Hytelnet Server	telnet access.usask.ca or telnet 128.233.3.1
   offers: univ. & library catalogues around the world. (Login: hytelnet)
 
 -INFO - Rutgers CWIS   telnet info.rutgers.edu or 128.6.26.25
   offers: Dictionary, thesaurus, CIA world fact book, quotations database.
 
 -Info/Software Server	telnet rusmv1.rus.uni-stuttgart.de or 129.69.1.12
   offers: journals, unix stuff, etc. login: infoserv or softserv
 
 ?Inter-Ntwk Mail Guide telnet 192.134.69.8 1643
  offers: List known networks and connections to/from them, help emailing.
 
 -Internet Resrce Guide ftp nnsc.nsf.net
   offers: compressed/tar'd list of net resources in /resource-guide.txt.tar.Z
 
 -Iowa Politcl. Stk Mkt telnet ipsm.biz.uiowa.edu or 128.255.44.2
  offers: Buy & sell shares in political candidates. (Non profit research proj.)
 
 -IP Address Resolver   mail resolve@cs.widener.edu
 		        mail dns@grasp.insa-lyon.fr  (body of letter: help)
   usage: in body-of-letter: site 
Mails you IP address of site.
 
 -IRC Telnet Client    ?telnet bradenville.andrew.cmu.edu or telnet 128.2.54.2
			telnet ara.kaist.ac.kr or 143.248.1.53 (Login: irc)
		        telnet ircserver.itc.univie.ac.at 6668
   offers: Internet Relay Chat access, like a CB on the computer.
 
 -ISAAC			telnet isaac.engr.washington.edu or 128.95.32.61
   offers: Info. System for Advanced Academic Computing, for IBM users.
 
 -Law Library           telnet liberty.uc.wlu.edu or telnet 137.113.10.35
			ftp sulaw.law.su.oz.au (cd /pub/law)
   offers: Law libraries and legal research. (Login: lawlib)
	   Offers copies of laws for each state, computer laws, and more!
 
 -Library Catalogs      ftp dla.ucop.edu (pub/internet/libcat-guide)
   offers: "Library Catalogs on the Internet:  Strategies for Selection
    and Use" document (how, but not where; also get one of the following).
		        ftp ftp.unt.edu (library/libraries.txt)
   offers: "Accessing Bibliographic Databases" document.
			ftp ariel.unm.edu (library/internet.library)
   offers: "Internet-Accessible Catalogs and Databases" document.
 
 -Library of Congress   telnet dra.com or 192.65.218.43
   offers: COPY of Library of Congress (Assumes terminal is emulating a vt100).
 
 -List of Lists		ftp ftp.nisc.sri.com or ftp 192.33.33.22
		        mail mlol-request@wariat.org (music list of lists)
   offers:  List of interest groups/email lists in /netinfo/interest-groups.
 
 -Lunar/Planet. Instit. telnet lpi.jsc.nasa.gov or telnet 192.101.147.11
   offers: Resources on Geology, Geophys, Astron., Astrophys. (Login: lpi)
 
 -Lyric/Music Server 	ftp ftp.uwp.edu
			ftp ftp.iastate.edu (/pub/lyrics)
   offers: Lyrics, chords/tablature, and music pictures. (/pub/music/...)
 
 -Mac Software Archive  ftp sumex-aim.stanford.edu
   offers:  Ftp'able software for the Macintosh computers. (cd to /info-mac)
 
 -Mail Srver/Usr Lookup mail mail-server@pit-manager.mit.edu
   in body of mail message: send usenet-addresses/[name searching for]
 
 -MOLIS			telnet fedix.fie.com or telnet 192.111.228.33
   offers:  Minority Online Information Service.  (Login: molis)
 
 -Music Newsletter	mail listserv@vm.marist.edu (internet) or
			mail listserv@marist (bitnet)
  Body-of-letter: SUBSCRIBE UPNEWS   Offers: Reviews, intviews.
 
 -NASA Headline News    finger nasanews@space.mit.edu
   offers: Daily press releases from NASA.
 
 -NASA SpaceLink        telnet spacelink.msfc.nasa.gov or 192.149.89.61
   offers: Latest NASA news, including shuttle launches and satellite updates.
 
 -Nat'l Education BBS 	telnet nebbs.nersc.gov or telnet 128.55.160.162
   offers: Education BBS (Login: guest)
 
 -NED         		telnet ned.ipac.caltech.edu or telnet 134.4.10.118
   offers: NASA Extragalactic Database.  (Login: ned)
 
 -Netfind User Lookup	rlogin/telnet bruno.cs.colorado.edu or 128.138.243.151
   offers: Given a name and org./school, finds a user for you (login: netfind)
 
 -NetLib		mail netlib@ornl.gov
			mail netlib@uunet.uu.net
   Subject:(hit return) Body-of-letter: send index  Offers: Software thru email
 
 -News Mail Servers	mail [newsgroup]@cs.utexas.edu
   offers: Post to Usenet news via email. (eg. [newsgroup] = alt-bbs)
 
 -NICOL			telnet nisc.jvnc.net or telnet 128.121.50.7
   offers: Access to internet resources, Elec. Publishing Service (Login: nicol)
 
 -NICOLAS		telnet dftnic.gsfc.nasa.gov or telnet 128.183.10.3
   offers: Network Info. Center On-Line Aid System  (Login: dftnic)
 
 -NNTP News Servers	telnet sol.ctr.columbia.edu 119 or 128.59.64.40 119
     			telnet rusmv1.rus.uni-stuttgart.de 119 or 129.69.1.12
		        telnet news.fu-berlin.de 119 or 130.133.4.250 119
   offers: Telnetable access to post to the Usenet news.
 
 +NOAA			telnet nodc.nodc.noaa.gov or telnet 140.90.235.10
   offers: Nat'l Oceanic and Atmos. Admin.  Lots of data!  (Login: NOAADIR)
 
 -NODIS			telnet nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov or telnet 128.183.36.25
			telnet nssdca.gsfc.nasa.gov or telnet 128.183.36.23
   offers: Menu-driven access to Nat'l Space Science Data Center (Login: nodis)
 
 -Nuclear Data Center	telnet bnlnd2.dne.bnl.gov or telnet 130.199.112.132
   offers: National nuclear data.  (Login: nndc)
 
 -Oceanic Info. Center  telnet delocn.udel.edu or telnet 128.175.24.1
   (Login: info)
 
 -Oracle		mail oracle@iuvax.cs.indiana.edu  w/ subject: help
   offers: The Usenet Oracle answers all your questions!
 
 -OSS-IS		ftp soaf1.ssa.gov
			mail info@soaf1.ssa.gov with "send index" as your msg.
  offers: Many FAQ's, ftp lists, library and service lists, gov't documents.
 
 -PaperGate             mail PaperGate@elvis.sovusa.com
    offers: Send a letter via computer.  In body-of-message: help
 
 -Public-Access Unix 	telnet nyx.cs.du.edu or 130.253.192.68
   offers:  Free account, with access to various UNIX features. (login: new)
 
 -Public-Access Unix    telnet hermes.merit.edu or telnet 35.1.48.150
			telnet m-net.ann-arbor.mi.us or telnet 35.208.17.4
   (Which host: um-m-net  Enter 'g' for guest.  login: newuser)
 
 -Public-Access Unix   telnet digex.com or 192.55.213.2
   offers:  full internet services, anonymous accounts, privacy orientation.
 
 -Readers Guide		telnet lib.uwstout.edu or telnet 144.13.12.1
   offers: Readers Guide to periodical literature, online.
 
 -Recipe Archives	ftp gatekeeper.dec.com  (cd pub/recipes)
			ftp mthvax.cs.miami.edu (cd /recipes)
   offers: Anonymous ftp site for MANY food recipes.
 
 -SDDAS			telnet espsun.space.swri.edu 540 or 129.162.150.99 540
   offers: SW Research Data Display & Analysis Center.
 
 -SERVICES		telnet wugate.wustl.edu or 128.252.120.1
   offers: Access to nearly every listed service! (Login: services)
 
 -Sid's Music Server    mail mwilkenf@silver.ucs.indiana.edu
   Subject: BOOTHELP  Offers: Lists of rare live recordings, cd's for sale.
 
 -Software Server (ASK)	telnet askhp.ask.uni-karlsruhe.de or 192.67.194.33
   offers:  On-line software search.  (Login/password: ask)
 
 -Spacemet		telnet spacemet.phast.umass.edu or 128.119.50.48
   offers:  Science/space bbs.
 
 -SPAN			telnet nssdca.gsfc.nasa.gov or telnet 128.183.36.23
   offers: Space Physics Analysis Network (Login: SPAN_NIC)
 
 ?SPIES BBS		telnet goonsquad.spies.com telnet 130.43.9.3
   offers: Readnews, IRC, many other features.  (Login: bbs)
 
 -StatLib Server	mail statlib@lib.stat.cmu.edu
   Mail with line: send index. Offers: Prgms, Datasets, etc. for statisticians.
 
 -STIS			telnet stis.nsf.gov or 128.150.195.40
   offers: Science & Technology Information System. (Login: public)
 
 -Stock Market Report   telnet a2i.rahul.net or telnet 192.160.13.1
   offers: Public access unix for a fee, market report is free! (Login: guest)
 
 -Supreme Court Rulings ftp ftp.cwru.edu
   offers: ASCII files of Supreme Court rulings in directory /hermes
 
 -Tropicl Strm Forecast finger forecast@typhoon.atmos.colostate.edu
   offers: Seasonal forecast for Atl. Ocn.  Also: finger forecast@129.82.107.24
 
 -UMD Info Database	telnet info.umd.edu or telnet 128.8.10.29
   offers: Info. docs on many subjects, incl. Supr. Crt Decisions (Login: info)
 
 -UNC BBS		telnet bbs.oit.unc.edu or telnet 152.2.22.80
   offers: Access to Library of Congress and nationwide libraries (Login: bbs)
 
 -WAIStation		telnet quake.think.com or telnet 192.31.181.1
			telnet nnsc.nsf.net or telnet 128.89.1.178
			telnet wais.funet.fi or telnet 128.214.6.100
   offers: Wide Area Info. Service. (Login: wais) FTP think.com for more info.
 
 -Weather Service       telnet downwind.sprl.umich.edu 3000 or 141.212.196.177
   offers: City/State forecasts, ski conditions, earthquake reports, etc.
 
 -Weather Maps          ftp vmd.cso.uiuc.edu
   offers: Surface analysis & current infrared weather maps GIFs. (cd wx)
 
 -Webster		telnet moose.cs.indiana.edu 2627 or 129.79.254.191 2627
   offers: Dictionary/Spelling service.  Type "HELP" for info.  (ALL CAPS!)
 
 -Whois Service List    ftp sipb.mit.edu (pub/whois/whois-servers.list)
   offers: List of "whois" servers.
 
 -Whois Service		telnet nic.ddn.mil or telnet 192.112.36.5
   offers: Way to find internet address given a keyword. To access type: whois
 
 -World-Wide Web	telnet info.cern.ch or telnet 128.141.201.74 (SWISS)
			telnet eies2.njit.edu or telnet 128.235.1.43 (USA [NJ])
			telnet vms.huji.ac.il or telnet 128.139.4.3  (ISRAEL)
			telnet info.funet.fi or telnet 128.214.6.100 (FINLAND)
   offers: Access to various documents, lists, and services. (Login: www)
 
 -ZIB Electronic Libr. 	telnet elib.zib-berlin.de or telnet 130.73.108.11
   offers: Library of software, links to other libraries. (Login: elib)
 
  * NOTE: NO LOGIN NAMES OR PASSWORDS ARE REQUIRED UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE! *
    NOTE: FOR FTP SITES, LOGIN AS ANONYMOUS, PASSWORD IS YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS.
  * (C) 1992. No changes are to be made to this document without the author's
    written consent.  Reproduction/distribution without my permission IS
    allowable so long as this document is left fully intact.
__________________________________________________________________ 
Here's a list of info you probably already have...but I know the address 
for PostNews by mail is in here.  You can also post news on Launchpad, 
UNC-Chapel-Hill's great BBS, if you mail in a form for a *free* account 
(you can join via telnet, but then you only get readmail priv's)

Oh, and if you have an interesting tidbits update list...please add me. 

SLACK,
the Rev. Finagle
Name: E.M. Durflinger                    | Finagle's Law:
Handles: Finagle, Stygmata               | The perversity of the univers
Email: durfling@grin1.bitnet		 |  tends towards a maximum.
	durfling@ac.grin.edu		 |
	durfling@euler.math.grin.edu     |  "Don't just eat that hamburger--
        wrnc97b (*prodigy*)              |    eat the HELL out of it!"
Bear code: B4/7 f+ w dc g+ k++! s(+) r- p|   	--J.R. "Bob" Dobbs

hone: +1-515-236-8496 :|

USnail Mail:                             |+++I am a .sig virus! Copy me
	834 Park Street                  | into your .sig file and aid
	Grinnell, IA 50112		 | in my propagation!!!+++++++   
_________________________________________________________________________
"If I can't dance, I don't want to be part of your revolution"-Emma Goldman
_________________________________________________________________________

*** THE IRC FAQ ***
(1) What is IRC?
        IRC stands for "Internet Relay Chat". It was written by Jarkko
Oikarinen (jto@tolsun.oulu.fi) in 1988. Since starting in Finland, it
as a replacement for the "talk" program but has become much much more
than that. IRC is a multi-user chat system, where people convene on
"channels" (a virtual place, usually with a topic of conversation) to
talk in groups, or privately.
        IRC gained international fame during the late Persian Gulf War,

(2) How is IRC set up?
        The user runs a "client" program (usually called 'irc') which
connects to the irc network via another program called a "server".
Servers exist to pass messages from user to user over the irc network.

(3) How do I use a client?
        You either compile the source yourself, have someone else on
your machine compile the source for you, or use the TELNET client.
"telnet bradenville.andrew.cmu.edu". Please only use the latter when you

(4) Where can I get source for the irc client?
UNIX client-> cs.bu.edu /irc/clients
              plod.cbme.unsw.edu.au
              nic.funet.fi pub/unix/irc
              ftp.informatik.tu-muenchen.de pub/net/irc
              slopoke.mlb.semi.harris.com
              there is also a client avaliable with the server code.
EMACS elisp-> cs.bu.edu /irc/clients/elisp
              nic.funet.fi
              ftp.informatik.tu-muenchen.de
              slopoke.mlb.semi.harris.com
EMACS elisp "irchat"->  cs.bu.edu /irc/clients/elisp
                        lehtori.cc.tut.fi:/pub/irchat
                        nic.funet.fi:/pub/irchat
VMS ->        cs.bu.edu /irc/clients/vms
              coombs.anu.edu.au
REXX client for VM->    cs.bu.edu /irc/clients/rxirc
                        ftp.informatik.uni-oldenburg.de pub/irc/rxirc
MSDOS->         cs.bu.edu /irc/clients/msdos
                freebie.engin.umich.edu:/pub/irc/clients/MSDOS

Macintosh->     cs.bu.edu /irc/clients/macintosh
                sumex-aim.stanford.edu /info-mac/comm

(5) Which server do I connect to?
        It's usually best to try and connect to one geographically
close, even though that may not be the best. You can always ask when you
                csd.bu.edu
                ucsu.colorado.edu
                badger.ugcs.caltech.edu
                ug.cs.dal.ca
                nic.funet.fi
                vesuv.unisg.ch
                munagin.ee.mu.oz.au
                sunsystem2.informatik.tu-muenchen.de

This is, by no means, a comprehensive list, but merely a start. Connect
to the closest of these servers and join the channel #Twilight_Zone
When you get there, immediately ask what you want. Don't say "I have a
question" because then hardly anyone will talk.

(6) OK, I've got a client and I'm connected to a server? Now what?
        It's probably best to take a look around and see what you want
to do first. All irc commands start with a "/", and most are one word.
Typing /help will get you help information. /names will get you a list
of names, etc.

The output is typically something like this-> (Note there are more
channels than this, this is just sample output).


"Pub" means public (or "visible") channel. "hack" is the channel name.
"#" is the prefix (see number 7 below). A "@" before someone's nickname
ndicates he/she is the "Channel operator" of that channel. A Channel
Operator is someone who has control over a specific channel. It can be
to join the channel automatically gets Channel Operator, and can share
t with anyone he/she chooses (or not).

(7) I hear this talk about "+" channels, but I don't see any. What were
they?
        "+" channels were in older server versions. They no longer
exist, and probably will stay dead in later code revisions.

(8) What are good channels to try while using irc?
        #hottub and #initgame are almost always teeming with people.
#hottub is meant to simulate a hot tub, and #initgame is non-stop game
of "inits" (initials). Just join and find out!
        Many irc operators are in #Twilight_Zone ... so if you join
that channel and don't hear much talking, don't worry, it's not because
you joined, operators don't talk much on that channel anyways!

(9) How can I find out more about how + and # channels are changing?
        ftp to cs.bu.edu and look at irc/irc-2.7.CHANGES

(10) What if someone tells me to type something cryptic?
        Never type anything anyone tells you to without knowing what it
s. There is a problem with typing a certain command with the ircII
client that gives anyone immediate control of your client (and thus can
alter your account environment also).

(11) What is NickServ? What if I can't remember my NickServ password?
        To quote from NickServ's help text, NickServ's purpose is to
keep unique nicknames on irc. NickServ sends a warning to anyone else
your nickname expires for reuse.

        Only a NickServ operator can change your nickserv password.
To find out which NickServ operators are online, send
/msg NickServ@service.de OPERWHO

Nicknames with a "*" next to them are online at the time.

(12) What is IPCLUB? GIF-Archives of IRC-persons?
        IPCLUB stands for IRC Picture Club. It is an E-Mail service
more help, mail tommi@phoenix.oulu.fi with the subject of "IPCLUB/HELP".

(13) Where can I learn more?
        A good place to start might be downloading the irc tutorials.
They're avaliable via anonymous ftp from cs.bu.edu in
/irc/support/tutorial.* .. You can also join various IRC related mailing
lists. "operlist" is a list that discusses current (and past) server
code, routing, and protocol. You can join by mailing
operlist-request@eff.org. You can join the irchat mailing list by
mailing irchat-request@cc.tut.fi. There is a low traffic ircII mailing
list, mail dl2p+@andrew.cmu.edu to be added. Another mailing list,
rcd-three@eff.org, exists to discuss protocol revisions for the 3.0
rcd-three-request@eff.org to be added to that.

(13) What do I do if I'm still confused or have additions to this posting?
        email hrose@eff.org or ask for help (in #Twilight_Zone) on irc.



*** LEFTOVERS FROM THE FUTURE CULTURE CYBEROGRAPHY ***
this is all stuff from the FC FAQ which ought to be included just because it's
on the net, but which for one reason or other I haven't put in the other
________________________________________________________________________
                                     |                                  |
                                     |   E-Magazines/Articles/Digests   |
                                     |__________________________________|


Across the Electronic Frontier
by Mitch kapor and John Perry Barlow
ftp.eff.org /pub/eff/papers/across-electronic-frontier
        -explanation of EFF, goals

Activist Times Incorporated
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/ati
       -political, hacking, anarchy
       -newsgroup alt.society.ati

Agrippa:  A Book of the Dead
by William Gibson
ftp.rahul.net under /pub/atman/UTLCD-preview/assorted-text/agrippa.arj

AI Information
ftp uunet.uu.net ai
flash.bellcore.com /pub

Alcor information
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/alcor
       -an e-mail privacy suit

Amiga Files
archive.umich.edu
ucsd.edu /pub
ux1.cso.uiuc.edu

Anarchy 'N' Explosives
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/ane
       -anarchy, phreaking

Anime Info
oinker.ucsb.edu /pub/anime

Apple II Files
archive.umich.edu /apple2
cobalt.cco.caltech.edu /pub/apple2
ftp.uu.net /systems/apple2
tybalt.caltech.edu /pub/apple2

ArachNet:  E-Journal of Virtual Culture
listserv@uottawa.bitnet
        -message body:  SUB ARACHNET  
        -journal of all aspects of on-line life

Basic Networking
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/basic1.net
       -Telenet

Baudy World of the Byte Bandit:
A Post-modernist Interpretation of the Computer Underground
by Jim Thomas and Gordon Meyer
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers/baudy.world

Being In Nothingness
by John Perry Barlow
milton.u.washington.edu
        /public/virtual-worlds/papers/Barlow.BeingInNothingness.Z

Beyond CyberPunk HyperCard Stack
archive.umich.edu /mac/hypercard/fun

Bootlegger
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/bootlegger
       -cracking, hacking

Chalisti
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/chalisti
       -German hacking, associated with the Chaos Computer Club
       -written in German

Chaos Computer Club Files
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/ccc
ftp.titania.mathematik.uni-ulm.de /info/CCC
        -written in German

Cheap Virtual Reality Info
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/virtual-worlds

CHiNA
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/china2.3
        -hacking, etc.

Commercial Virtual Reality Info
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/virtual-worlds

Computers and Academic Freedom
listserv@eff.org 
       -computing freedom, mostly deals with college campuses

Computer Crime: Current Practices, Problems and Proposed Solutions
by Brian J. Peretti
ftp.eff.prg /pub/cud/papers/computer.crime

Computer Crime Laws
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/law
       -computer crime laws for almost every state
       -international laws as well

Computer Down-Underground Digest
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/cdugd
       -CUD for Australia, New Zealand

Computer Underground Digest
tk0jut2@niu.bitnet
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/cud
        -"USA Today" of Cyberspace and computer underground

Concerning Hackers Who Break into Computer Systems
by Dorothy E Denning
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers/denning

The Constitution in Cyberspace
by Laurence Tribe @ CFP #1
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers/const.in.cyberspace

Corrupted Programmers International
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/cpi
        -viruses

Crime and Puzzlement
by John Perry Barlow
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers/crime.puzzle

Crime and Puzzlement 2
by John Perry Barlow
ftp.eff.org /pub/eff/papers/crime-and-puzzlement-2

Crime and Puzzlement & 2600
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers/cp.2600

Cryonics
kqb@whscad1.att.com

CryptoAnarchist Manifesto

Cryptography Glossary

Cult of the Dead Cow files
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/cdc
        -hacking, phreaking, anarchy, etc.

Cultural Information
ftp nic.funet.fi /pub/culture

Cybernetics
listserv@bingvaxu.cr.birminghamton.edu
       -sub cybsys-l full_name

Cyberpunk Archive
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.cyberpunk
       -alt.cyberpunk and related archives maintained by Tim Oerting

Cyberpunk FAQ
ftp.u.washington.edu public/alt.cyberpunk
       -Tim Oerting's excellent guide to cyberpunk

Cyberpunk RPGs
cyberrpg-request@veritas.com

Cyberspace Chronicle
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/cyberspace-1.1
       -hacking, cyberpunk

Cyberspace and the Legal Matrix: Laws or Confusion?
by Lance Rose
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers/cyberspace

Cypherpunks Announcement List
cypherpunks-announce-request@toad.com
       -lower volume

Defense Data Network Blues
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/defense

Digital Free Press
ftp.eff.org pub/cud/dfp
       -hacking, information, etc.

Drug Information
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.drugs

Ecstacy Info
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.drugs

Electrix
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/electrix-001
       -hacking

Electropolis: Communication & Community on Internet Relay Chat
by Elizabeth M. Reid
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers/electropolis

listserv@jhuvm.hcf.jhu.edu 
       -discussion of bands on the 4AD label

FactSheet Five - Electronic
ftp.msen.com /pub/newsletters/F5-E
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.cyberpunk
       -the e- version of the famous zine

FBI Computer Systems
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers/fbi.systems

Florida Raves

Folklore
qurtz.rutgers.edu /pub/folklore

Freaker's Bureau International
au530@cleveland.freenet.edu
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/fbi
       -anarchy, hacking, cyberpunk

Frontal Lobotomy
      -ezine

General Hacking Info
ftp.eff.org
        -good places to start

General Net Info
ftp.uu.net
nic.ddn.mil
ftp.u.washington.edu
       -for the more anal stuff (RFCs, netinfo and the like)

Gibraltar
       -discussion of artistic and progressive music

GIF Pictures (general archives)
ahkcus.org
apocalypse.engr.ucf.edu /pub/images

GlobeTrotter
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/globe-1.x
       -hacking around the world, cyberpunk

Hacker's-Network
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/hnet.1
       -hacking, published in Britain

Hacker's Unlimited
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/hun-1.2
       -hacking, phreaking

caf.mit.edu
ucselx.sdsu.edu /pub

nform@doc.cc.utexas.edu
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/inform
       -hacking, phreaking, computer underground, cyberpunk, etc.

by The Butler
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers/intro

cs.bu.edu
ftp.eff.org /pub/irc
cs.utk.edu /pub

The Jargon File
(same as The Hacker's Dictionary)
ftp.uu.net /doc
merit.edu /pub/doc
nic.funet.fi /pub/doc

Kcah
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/kcah.*
       -hacking, computer underground

KLF/ORB List
klf-request@asylum.sf.c.us
asylum.sf.ca.us /pub/klf

Legion of Doom/Hackers Technical Journals
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/lod
       -hacking, brought to you by the famous masters

LSD Info
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.drugs

Lunatic Fringe

Mac Files
mac.archive.umich.edu

Manchester
manchester-request@irss.njit.edu
rss.njit.edu /pub/manchester
       -bands from manchester, raving, shoegazing, etc.

Manual of the Anarchist
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/anarch.man

Marijuana Info
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.drugs

Maryland Raves
cyberpun@wam.umd.edu

MidWest Raves
ajbennett@miavx1.acs.muohio.edu

MindVox:  The Overture
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.cyberpunk
       -excellent essay by Patrick Kroupa (Lord Digital) on MindVox

MUD Info
oinker.ucsb.edu /pub/mud
      -"mud list" in subject

Music  (lyrics/discographies/etc.)
ftp.uwp.edu /pub/music

National Security Anarchists
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/nsa
      -phreaking, hacking

NE (NorthEastern) Raves
ne-raves-request@silver.lcs.mit.edu

Network Information Access
nia@nuchat.sccsi.com
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/nia
       -hacking, computer underground, etc.

Network Policies
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/networks
       -policies of various networks

New Fone Express
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/nfx
       -hacking, phreaking

New Music
nm-list-request@beach.cis.ufl.edu
       -new music list

Nootropics Info
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.drugs

Now It Can Be Told: Mad Hackers' Key Party
Transcript of TV Show
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers/rivera

Nuclear Anarchists phreakers hackers (NARC)
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/narc
       -hacking, carding

OnoSendai Announcement
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.cyberpunk
       -press release by the new VR company

Operation Sundevil Information
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers/sundevil


Mercenary@f515.n141.z1.fidonet.org
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/phantasy
       -anarchy, hacking

listserv@stormking.com
 in message body
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/phrack
       -historic cyberspace hack/phreak/cu-news zine

ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/pha.2
       -just what it says

ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/phreak1.bok
       -a phreaker's handbook

ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/tph-1
       -another phreaker's handbook

ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/ppp
       -phreaking

ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/phun
       -phreaking, hacking

ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/pirate
       -pirating, software cracking

       -mostly alternative radio/dj playlists and discussion

listserv@karazm.math.uh.edu 
karazm.math.uh.edu /pub/VR

ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.drugs

       -punk music

Quanta
export.acs.cmu.edu  /pub/quanta
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/journals
       -fiction ezine

Rebel's Riting Guild
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/rrg.1
       -virus

Rights of Expression in Cyberspace
by R. E. Baird
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers/rights-of-expr

RISKS Digest
crvax.sri.com risks
       -the RISKS of computing in our lives

Robert Anton Wilson (e-interview)

School Network Policies
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/schools/*

Scream Baby
bladex@wixer.cactus.org
ftp.eff.org /pub/journals/ScreamBaby

The Secret Service, UUCP, and the Legion of Doom
by Kevin Mullet
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers/lod_ss.Z

Security
cert.sei.cmu.edu /pub

SmartDrugs Info
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.drugs

The Social Organization of the Computer Underground
Masters' Thesis by Gordon Meyer
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/papers/meyer

SOUND News and Arts
quartz.rutgers.edu /pub/journals
       -e- version of the popular zine

SouthEast Raves

Stelarc Review
ftp.u.washington.edu public/alt.cyberpunk
       -review of the cyberpunk performance artist

Sterling Essay
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.cyberpunk
       -speech by Bruce Sterling on the Information Society

Survival Research Laboratories (SRL) Info
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.cyberpunk
       -info on the industrial robot group

Syndicate Reports
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/synd
       -phreaking, telco info, etc.

TAP-Online
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/tap
       -phreaking, hacking, anarchy

TechnoNomads (Steve Roberts)
technomads-request@bikelab.sun.com
       -the guy featured on Donahue & Mondo's list
       -nomadness, ham radio, mobile communities, etc.

Telecom Privacy Digest
telecom-priv-request@pica.army.mil

Telecom Digest
telecom-request@eecs.nwu.edu
       -deals with all aspects of telecommunications

Title 18
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/law/us.e-privacy
       -relating to computer crime & email privacy.

Tom Maddox on Cyberpunk
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.cyberpunk
       -essay by Tom Maddox on cyberpunk

The Turing Option (2 unpublished chapters)
by Harry Harrison and Marvin Minsky
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/alt.cyberpunk

UK Raves
listserv@orbital.demon.co.uk
uk-raves@orbital.demon.co.uk

UnderWorld Industries
       -group network putting out underground media

United Phreaker's Inc.
ftp.eff.org pub/cud/upi
       -phreaking, hacking, etc.

UnPlastic News
tibbetts@hsi.hsi.com
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/misc/journals

Virtual Reality Info
ftp.u.washington.edu public/alt.cyberpunk
ftp.u.washington.edu public/virtual-worlds

Virtual Reality List
listserv@uiucvmd.bitnet

Virtual Reality Research Info
ftp.u.washington.edu /public/virtual-worlds

Virus-l Digest
krvw@cert.sei.cmu.edu
(also virus-l on BITNET)
       -discussion of viruses and all aspects of 'em

WAX:  The Discovery of Television Among the Bees
a film by Davids Blair
ftp.u.washington.edu  /public/alt.cyberpunk
       -reviews and info about David Blair's cyberdelic film

Worldview - Der Weltanschauung
ftp.eff.org /pub/cud/wview
        -hacking, computer underground, church of subgenius,
         political, etc.

Zen and the Art of the Internet
by Brendan Kahoe
ashley.cs.widener.edu /pub/zen
csn.org pub/net/zen
quartz.rutgers.edu pub/internet/zen


 ((___))
 [ x x ] cDc communications
  \   /  Global Domination Update - shortform
  (' ')  #10 - January 1, 1993
   (U)

New gNu NEW gnU new GnU nEW gNu neW gnu nEw releases for January, 1993:

 _________________________________/Text Files\_________________________________


article published in the November, '92 issue of MONDO 2000.  Let's sing!
"Jennifer, hey, it's Jennifer... she's got a penis, hey wow, she's really
beautiful and kinda crazy... HEY!  IT'S JENNIFER!"

NOT on Candid Camera."

n hand to deliver a heaping batch of opinions for you to ponder.  He disses
lame females!  He disses lame cars!  This file's got it all!

creepy old house, a dorky womanizer, and a mad grrrl with a chainsaw boogie

affection!  We're all very fuzzy and warm.

mind-control and Catholic confessions.  You know it's REAL cyberpunk 'cause it

a pleasant little jaunt down to the slaughterhouse and kill us some cows!
Yeehaw.  It's educational - Mr. Nitro breaks it on down for YOU.  Dead cows,
t's a subject EVERYONE's interested in.

G.A. interviewing Page Hamilton, singer and bandleader of Helmet.


         All files are available NOW from ftp.eff.org in pub/cud/cdc.




Subject: ftp://ftp.rahul.net/pub/atman/

To: future@nyx.cs.du.edu

Date: Sat, 9 Jan 93 17:18:00 PST



# #   The ftp site for acidwarp is ftp.rahul.net, in /pub/atman/mind-candy.

#

# I've tried to connect there several times. It always just hangs. Anyone

# else had any luck?



I got in with no problem this afternoon.  

The path is a little different than above.     

Some intersting stuff here.

Here's a deep of /pub/atman, which I trimmed down with vi.

Notice it looks like backs of futureCulture are there, too.



                                                striiick

                                                strick@osc.versant.com



=====   {BEGIN ftp://ftp.rahul.net/pub/atman/



total 2

 UTLCD-preview incoming



UTLCD-preview:

total 10

 assorted-text fli-players future-culture jessee-flis mind-candy

 unarjers xdz-reviews



UTLCD-preview/assorted-text:

total 6

 agrippa.arj



UTLCD-preview/fli-players:

total 253

 aaplay.lzh descript.ion flit100.lha svgaplay.zip waaplay.zip

 zaps_xflick.tar.Z zaps_xflick.txt



UTLCD-preview/future-culture:

total 1004

 README altcpfq1.arj altcpfq2.arj descript.ion fc043.arj fc044.arj

 fc049.arj fc056.arj fc061.arj fc065.arj fc066.arj fc067.arj fc068.arj

 fc069.arj fc070.arj fc071.arj fc080.arj fc081.arj fc082.arj fc083.arj

 fc084.arj fc086.arj fc088.arj fc089.arj fc091.arj fc092.arj fc093.arj

 fc094.arj fc095.arj fc096.arj fc097.arj fc098.arj fc099.arj fc100.arj

 fc101.arj fc102.arj fc103.arj fc104.arj fc105.arj fc106.arj fc107.arj

 fc108.arj fc109.arj fc110.arj fc111.arj fc112.arj fc113.arj fc114.arj

 fc115.arj fc116.arj fc117.arj fc118.arj fc119.arj fc120.arj fc121.arj

 fc124.arj fc125.arj fc126.arj fc129.arj fc130.arj fc131.arj fc132.arj

 fc133.arj fc134.arj fc135.arj fc136.arj fc137.arj fc138.arj fc139.arj

 fc140.arj fc141.arj fc142.arj fc143.arj fc144.arj fc145.arj fc146.arj

 fc147.arj fc148.arj fc149.arj fc150.arj fc151.arj fc152.arj fc153.arj

 fc154.arj fc155.arj fc157.arj fc158.arj fc159.arj fc160.arj fc161.arj

 fc162.arj fc164.arj fc165.arj fc166.arj fc167.arj fc168.arj fc169.arj

 fc170.arj fc171.arj fc172.arj fcfaq1.arj fcfaq2.arj fcfaq3a.arj

 fcfaq3b.arj fcfaq3c.arj



UTLCD-preview/jessee-flis:

total 158

 killer.arj rambo.arj



UTLCD-preview/mind-candy:

total 106

 00-index.txt acidwarp.zip maelstrm.arj vgaart.zip



UTLCD-preview/unarjers:

total 105

 INDEX unarj0-5.lha unarj230.tar.Z unarjcpt.hqx



UTLCD-preview/xdz-reviews:

total 95

 crackage index.xdz xdz01.arj xdz02.arj xdz03.arj xdz04.arj xdz05.arj

 xdz06.arj xdz07.arj xdz08.arj xdz09.arj xdz10.arj xdz11.arj xdz12.arj

 xdz13.arj xdz14.arj xdz15.arj xdz16.arj xdz17.arj xdz18.arj xdz19.arj

 xdz20.arj



UTLCD-preview/xdz-reviews/crackage unreadable



incoming:

total 0



===== END} ftp://ftp.rahul.net/pub/atman/





Date:         Thu, 7 Jan 1993 22:40:21 -0600

Reply-To: HIT%UFRJ.BitNet@pucc.PRINCETON.EDU

Sender: "Highly Imaginative Tech and Science Fiction" 
CETON.EDU>

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To: Multiple recipients of list HIT 



Mechanical telepathy #MNAPA1.  A listing of e-mail addresses for sf community

groups and organizations, and others that Twin Cities fans, readers, and writers




might want to get in touch with.  Dan Goodman, PO Box 58009, MPLS MN 55458.

Home: (612) 871-5461.  Work:  (612) 649-5135.  Internet:  dsg@staff.tc.umn.edu.



U of MN campus mail:  NCFES, St. Paul Campus.  This information guaranteed to be




accurate to the best of my knowledge as of 1/7/93, and therefore somewhat

obsolete by the time you read it.



Mostly Internet addresses, because I'm on Internet.  Fidonet, Prodigy, GENIE,

packet radio, CompuServe, BizarreNet, etc. addresses solicited.  I haven't


checked all these out; if I've listed something that's dead or has moved, please




let me know.  If there's an obvious-to-you omission, please let me know.



Interconnecting:  Late Flash!  GENIE can be reached from Internet by sending

to name@genie.geis.com, provided the GENIE user has the optional Internet

connection. This information from Eric Lindsay, modified by Marty Helgesen who

got the more accurate info from someone on HELP-NET.



Internet and other e-mail worlds can mostly reach each other.  (GENIE and

Prodigy were the major isolates; and Prodigy plans to offer Internet connection

as an optional service.)  However, addresses have to be converted according to

peculiar rules.



******

Twin Cities



Diversicon 1993  "Speculative Fiction" convention; June 18-20, 1993.

Internet:  Todd McInroy tmcinroy@aol.com

Internet:  Curtis Gibson curt%quest.UUCP@cs.umn.edu


EINBLATT  Monthly newsletter of Minn-Stf -- major club in Twin Cities sf fandom.




Denny Lien

Internet:  d-lien@vm1.spcs.umn.edu

Bitnet:    d-lien@uminn1



Fire Opal  Fidonet Bulletin board.  (612) 822-4812.



MINNEAPA  local apa.  Apa = Amateur Press Association; roughly speaking, a

BBS/list/newsgroup/discussion group on paper (occasionally on Mylar or salami).

"Local" means most of the contributors are in one area.

Dean Gahlon Internet: dean@ns.network.com GENIE: D.GAHLON



Minnesota Imaginative Fiction Writers Alliance (MIFWA) A group for writers, but

not a writing group.  A good place to find out about writing groups --

particularly the meetings held at Minicon.

Dan Goodman Internet:  dsg@staff.tc.umn.edu



Minnesota Space Frontier Society BBS

(612) 920-5566; FIDO 1/282/2006



Mythcon  Fantasy convention  7/30-8/1 1993

Dave Lenander

Internet:  d-lena@vm1.spcs.umn.edu

GENIE:  D.LENANDER

Compuserve:  Steve at 70451,2545



Rivendell  University of Minnesota Mythopoeiac Society group.

Dave Lenander

Internet:  d-lena@vm1.spcs.umn.edu

GENIE:  D.LENANDER



SF Minnesota

Todd McInroy  Internet:  tmcinroy@aol.com



Terraboard  Fidonet bulletin board (612) 721-8967  2400/9600 baud

                                   (612) 724-3314  300/1200/2400 baud

Internet:  _____@terrabit.fidonet.org



Worldbuilding Group  Discussion of backgrounding

Dan Goodman  Internet:  dsg@staff.tc.umn.edu



******

Extraterrestrial



Packet Radio:  Mir BBS on 145.550 MHz



*****

National/International



AIN99 Australian 1999 Worldcon bid

eric@zen.maths.uts.edu.au



Camelot Arthurian legend and Grail lore

Internet:  camelot@castle.ed.ac.uk

To get on or off, or ask questions:  camelot-request@castle.ed.ac.uk

The Internet list I've encountered which sticks closeest to its purpose.

Useful, if you're interested in Arthurian scholarship.



Christian Fandom  see Radio Free Thulcandra



ConFrancisco  1993 World Science Fiction Convention (Sept. 2-6, 1993, San

Francisco, California)

Internet: confransco@tgv.com.

CompuServe:  72377,3623

GEnie:  K.STANDLEE



Fiction-Writers  see Studguppies



National Fantasy Fan Federation  APA Info Service

Tim Gatewood, PO Box 12921, Memphis TN 38182-0921.

GEnie: TAGAT. CompuServe: 72740,3445. InterNet:

72740.3445@compuserve.com.



Quanta; bi-monthly SF & Fantasy electronic mag

Internet:  Quanta@ANDREW.CMU.EDU

Published in ASCII and PostScript versions.  Depending on which version you

want, send requests to "subscribe" to quanta+request-ascii@ANDREW.CMU.EDU or

quanta+request-postscript@ANDREW.CMU.EDU.



Radio Free Thulcandra fanzine of Christian Fandom; quarterly, on paper.

Marty Helgesen

Work:  Internet:  mnhcc@cunyvm.cuny.edu

       Bitnet:    mnhcc@cunyvm

Regular lettercolumn contributors include at least one atheist and at

least one Neo-Pagan.



SCA@MC.LCS.MIT.EDU

Members and/or those interested in the Society for Creative Anachronism.  To

receive digest of the REC.ORG.SCA newsgroup discussion, send a request to SCA-

REQUEST@MC.LCS.MIT.EDU.



"Studguppies" (officially, Writing)

Unlike most lists, only active participants allowed -- you have to critique and

provide stuff for others to critique.  There's a separate but equal list for

novels -- though it's suggested one begin with three chapters and an outline,

and put the rest of ones novel through a chapter at a time. To join, send a

message to majordomo@onion.rain.com; in the body of the message:  subscribe

writing.  For information, send the message: info writing.



WRITERS@VM1.NODAK.EDU

WRITERS@NDSUMV1

Bitnet:  Send LISTSERV@NDSUMV1 the message:  SUB WRITERS your real name

Internet:  Send message to LISTSERV%NDSUVM1.BITNET@VM1.NODAK.EDU Interesting

usually, useful sometimes.  Includes original work posted for critiquing.



Not Confirmed.  If you belong to these, or otherwise are certain that the

they're active and at the stated addresses, please let me know.



Live role-playing games

Internet:  KILLER%UMASS.BITNET@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU

Contact at CEREBUS%UMASS.BITNET@CUNYVM.CUNY.EDU



NESFAD Nordic Electronic SF Address Directory Distribution List

"To be ON the list, you must live in the Nordic area or be a Nordic

citizen."

To subscribe, send message to:

[ahrvid@sfbbs.edivina.se  (Ahrvid Engholm) -- address doesn't work, I could

easily have typoed it] or broimola@abo.fi (Ben Roimola) [e-mail to that address

gets through, but I've had no response yet] To be included, give your name,

Internet address, other E-mail addresses, postal address, phone, and a 2-line

blurb.



SF-LOVERS@RUTGERS.EDU

To join from Internet, send requests to SF-LOVERS-REQUEST@RUTGERS.EDU. From

Bitnet:  issue this command:  TELL LISTSERV at RUTVM1 SUBSCRIBE your name.



STREK-L on LISTSERV@HEARN Star Trek discussion

To subscribe:  Send the following message to LISTSERV@HEARN:  SUB STREK-L your

full name



SPACE@ANDREW.CMU.EDU

Requests to SPACE-REQUEST@ANDREW.CMU.EDU Bitnet:  send LISTSERV@UGA the command

SUB SPACE Your Name



SUPERGUY on LISTSERV@UCF1VM.BITNET or LESTSERV@UCF1VM.CC.UCF.EDU "...a

multi-author world of, mostly, superheroes...also alternate universes of

SFstory, Neo-Generation and others!" Subscribe:  Send message to either above

LISTSERV address: SUB SUPERGUY yourfirstname yourlastname



Tolkien discussion group

TOLKIE@JHUVM.BITNET or LISTSERV@PUCING.BITNET (Chile)

Join by sending a message to Escuela de Ingenieria  or

LISTSERV@JHUVM.BITNET:  SUB TOLKIEN yourfirstname yourlastname



Usenet groups

Alt.fandom.misc, alt.music.filk, alt.fandom.con, sci.space, rec.arts.sf.reviews





Thanks to Denny Lien, Eric Lindsay, David Cargo, Marty Helgesen, and to the

people who I will probably remember right after this is printed.



The next edition may include individual e-mail addresses of people who aren't

group contacts.  But only of people who've given their addresses, and who are

willing to face the possibility of junk e-mail.

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