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Febuary 1994 - Volume 10:4
ON THE COVER: Renaissance cosmography. This diagram of the celestial spheres shows the orbits of the seven known planets, including "this globe of mortalitye," within the orb of the fixed stars--a "pallace of foeliciye" where time does not exist. Presumably, the "coelestiall angelles" don't need e-mail seminars to help them keep up.
F E A T U R E S
Every purpose under heaven
E-mail seminar helps faculty use the Internet.
By Celeste R. Stewart
My man Newton
Six months with a personal digital assistant.
By Don Montabana
New Penn service provides faculty profiles online.
By Francesca Seidita
Celebrating the birth of modern computing.
By Peter C. Patton
Operating system tips and tricks
How to create a DOS boot disk.
By Kristin Nelson
Crossing the client/server threshold
PENNcard & client/server computing.
By Robin H. Beck, Tessa L. Bocage, and James M. Choate
Birds of a feather
ISC-sponsored computing interest groups.
By ISC staff
The judgement of Solomon
How the Library chooses electronic resources.
By Stephen Lehmann and Bob Walther
Penn Printout 1994 reader survey
Let us know how well Penn Printout meets your information needs.
How to share files safely on your networked Macintosh.
By Helen Anderson and Andrew Perch
D E P A R T M E N T S