Much unhappiness has come into the world because of bewilderment and things left unsaid. - Dostoevsky

If it [automation] keeps up, man will atrophy all his limbs but the push-button finger. - Frank Lloyd Wright

From this page we will try to post information to help both new and experienced users in their use of the software and services available on the "Friends and Partners" server.

The following are some of the topics for which we have 'help' information:

  • Help: Access by the Friends Account

    To access "Friends and Partners"

  • Help: Using the Email 'Gateway' to Retrieve Information

  • Help: The FRIENDS Listserver

    Using all the capabilities of the the FRIENDS listserver.

  • Help: Various Access Options For Visiting Friends

    Different ways to visit Friends and Partners.

  • Cyrillic Text

    Information about Cyrillic text and fonts.

  • EFF's Extended Guide to the Internet *

    This publication from the Electronic Frontier Foundation is a must for users of the Internet. A let us know of other material that you would include or reference here that will be helpful to others.


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    Besides hosting a wonderful conference in Central/Eastern Europe each fall and encouraging US/Europe/NIS cooperation throughout the year, the generous folks behind AUDEM are the ones who made possible the initial meeting of your hosts. No way can we thank Dave Hake and Evans Roth enough! Please visit the AUDEM WWW site, join their email listserver and, if possible, make plans to be at their conference in Budapest, Hungary November, 1998.