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From: nolan@tssi.com (Michael Nolan)
Subject: Linus Torvalds on GEnie Sat, Jun 27th
Nntp-Posting-Host: helios.unl.edu
Reply-To: nolan@tssi.com
Organization: Tailored Software Services, Inc.
Date: Thu, 25 Jun 1992 16:20:02 GMT

Linux author Linus Torvalds will be a guest on a special RoundTable Conference
on GEnie this Saturday, June 27th, at 4 pm. EDT.  (It will be 11 PM in 
Helsinki, Finland, where Linus lives.)

The conference is presented by the GEnie Unix RoundTable.  If you have access
to GEnie, you can get to the Unix RT by typing 'M160' or 'UNIX'.
---
Michael Nolan, nolan@tssi.com
(Assistant Sysop, GEnie Unix RoundTable)

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