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From: John Abreau <>
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
Subject: Boston Computer Society Linux SIG
Date: 22 Jul 1994 22:04:31 +0300
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The third meeting of the Boston Computer Society's Linux Group
takes place on Tuesday, August 2, at 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM. We're
meeting in Cambridge, Massachusetts, at M.I.T., Building 66,
Room 168. We also meet the first Tuesdays for the remainder of 1994,
at M.I.T., Building 66, Room 154. Meetings are on September 6,
October 4, November 8, and December 6.

The August meeting will be mostly an informal question-and-answer
session, with several short demos of interesting tools 'n toys...

The September meeting features Rich Braun of Pioneer Neighborhood.
Rich relates his experiences using Linux to provide UUCP and
SLIP/PPP services to customers in the Boston area.

To subscribe to the BCS Linux SIG mailing list, send a message to
"", with the command
in the message body.

John Abreau / Director, BCS Linux SIG /
The Boston Computer Society / 101 First Avenue, Suite 2 / Waltham, MA 02154
Voice +1 617 290 5700 / Fax +1 617 290 5744

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From: Guy W Bzibziak <>
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
Subject: LOCAL: Boston, MA BCS Linux/Unix User's Group
Date: 20 Dec 1994 12:51:01 +0200
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Keywords: LOCAL, Boston, Linux user group

Meeting Topic:
	"What's Cooking in X, or
	Getting X Window Up without Frying!"
Who:	Boston Computer Society Linux/Unix User's Group
When:	December 21 (Wednesday) at 7:00 p.m.
Where:	M.I.T. Bldg. 66 - Room 154
	(Ames Street in Cambridge [Kendall Sq.] - Triangular shaped 
	building on the odd-numbered side of the street.)

How to get there:
	By Car:	Ames Street runs between 414 Main Street and 130 
	Memorial Drive. Near M.I.T. Coop & Legal Seafood.

	By MBTA: Take the Red Line to Kendall Square. Walk past MIT Coop 
	& Legal Seafood, turn left onto Ames St., walking towards the 
	Charles River. Building 66 will be on your right near the bend in the 
	road (the building is triangular or wedge shaped when you're standing
	in front of it).

Next Meeting: Jan. 18, 1995 --  Internet Services & Linux (WWW, http, and 
Guy Bzibziak	*  "Walk! Not bloody likely. I am going in a taxi."
Boston, MA USA	*  - Pygmalion, by G. B. Shaw
Internet: 	Compuserve: 71561,1703
Voice# (Days Only): 617-536-5200 	FAX# (Days Only): 617-536-0394

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