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Re: internet address

On Feb 9, 12:30, Paul Grace wrote:

> send me a reply if this message is OK
> I am Paul Grace , Director Of Image Transfer at Rushes in London.
> Previously I was a principal engineer at Rank Cintel for 10 years.
> I organise the sprocket  club get togethers and also am 
> the sysop of SPROCKET BBS modem number (44) 1920 438025
> SPROCKET BBS is a Post Production BBS running on a first class client
> server.  It can be accessed using a vt100 terminal but most users run
> First class client to give a full graphical user interface for
> Macintosh or Windows.  SPROCKET as it's name implies, has a heavy
> telecine and film bias and is One month old. Already there are 70
> european users ( and a couple in the USA).
> Later in the year it will migrate onto the net.

Paul, I've Cc:ed your message above to the telecine mailing list,
so everyone can know about your BBS.

How will SPROCKET migrate onto the net?  Will there be a World Wide
Web server?  If so, we can link our Web sites together, and have a
more complete telecine medium... I envision linked facility, colorist
pages, manufacturer spec and data sheets, etc.

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