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From: mlinksva@netcom.com (Michael R Linksvayer)
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
Subject: New electronic magazine with Linus Torvalds interview
Date: 12 Nov 1993 16:51:55 +0200
Approved: linux-announce@tc.cornell.edu (Lars Wirzenius)
Message-ID: <2c07ub$gu4@kruuna.Helsinki.FI>

The premier issue of Meta is now available in PostScript and Replica
formats, and includes an interview with Linus Torvalds.

Meta is a monthly electronic magazine that covers issues of particular
interest to the net community, including, but not limited to: cryptography,
electronic publishing, free software development, intellectual property, 
internet commercialization, privacy and virtual communities.

Meta is available via email and ftp, and is freely redistributable.

ftp:	ftp.netcom.com:/pub/mlinksva
		meta1193.ps (PostScript)
		meta1193.ps.gz (gzip'd PS)
		meta1193.rpl (Replica - requires MS-Windows and Replica viewer)
		meta1193.exe (Replica with embedded Replica viewer)

mail:	send mail to mlinksva@netcom.com with a subject of:
		send1193ps
		send1193rpl
		send1193exe
	to obtain the PS, Replica and embedded Replica versions respectively.
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Publisher, Meta                         +1 415 327 7629 fax

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