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Hytelnet: 1st Directory of Internet Resources
Archive date: September 4, 1997 History of Hytelnet

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CNSLink


TELNET cscns.com

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CNS-INTERNET TOP MENU

E>E-Mail/Fax Services :Internet, MCImail, Compuserve, and other networks
I>Information Services:News, Events, Skiing, Listings, Databases, BBS Lists
Q>Stock Quotes        :Stock Quotes, Business News, Market Wise Data Service
D>Discussion Groups   :World-wide discussion on over 2500 topics
T>Teleconference      :Internet Relay Chat/ world-wide teleconference
S>Internet Services   :Links to remote systems
F>File Area           :Computer Software and text files of general interest
G>Games/Entertainment :Chess, Backgammon, D&D, and other interactive games
A>Administration      :Set terminal configuration, write to CNS, general help
0>Enter UNIX shell    :Escape the menu system, and handle UNIX on your own
H>Help                :CNS Services Descriptions; Where to get Help
L>Logoff              :Leave the system

This service offers a full UNIX account with interactive Internet access
including email, telnet, ftp, usenet, live teleconference, and access to
the CNS BBS system. If you don't know what all that means, worry not! We
have developed a menu that will make some of these features easy to use.

Like all good things, the CNSLink service is not free. There is a $35
setup fee for creating the UNIX account. There is also a $1.00 per hour
connect fee which is charged on the credit card of your choice at the
end of each month. A minimum of $10 per month is charged.

After you sign up, you will be getting two copies of a billing contract
in the mail along with a self addresses envelop. You will be asked to
sign one, and return it to CNS.

HYTELNET was developed by Peter Scott: scott@lights.ca

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