Learned Information Ltd Launches Internet Server

July 1994
Information Today;Jul/Aug1994, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p33
Trade Publication
The article reports that Learned Information Ltd. has launched an Internet document server, the Learned InfoNet, which is accessible via both the World Wide Web and Gopher. As a natural extension of their Internet activities, Learned Information will be using the Internet to publicize details of their forthcoming conferences, exhibitions and Internet training session dates, as well as selected highlights from current issues of Learned Information's periodicals. Initially, Internet users accessing the Learned Information sewer will be able to read and download Conference program details, dates, venues, and registration information.


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