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

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Telerama


TELNET telerama.pgh.pa.us

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Welcome to Telerama
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Operational 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week.
Incoming calls handled by 6 modems, each running at 300/1200/2400 baud

Current Features of Telerama 
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IRC: Internet Relay Chat.  Hold international real-time conversations 
with hundreds of people from over 30 countries.

Downloadable software: several gigabytes of data, including programs
for Amiga, Apple2, Atari, C64, hp48sx, IBMpc, Mac, NeXT, Novell, os9,
Sun, and other computers, as well as an "adults only" section.

Clarinet/UPI: an on-line electronic newspaper.  Instant access to the
latest breaking stories and hot news.  Also includes sports updates
and coverage, Dave Barry, the Kinsey Report, and the computer industry
magazine NewsBytes.

Usenet Netnews: over 1400 "echo" message bases distributed among over
a million users world-wide.  Meet individuals from around the globe,
discussing the topics that are most important to you.  Everything from
road runners to road racing, the drug war and the gulf war.
Electronic Mail: a full-screen mail system lets you contact users on
nearly every other computerized service.  Mail folders let you store
your outgoing and incoming letters for easy retrieval.

Recreation: hundreds of single- or multi-player games, dungeon
simulations, Go, Chess, and other games of skill with international
audiences.

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

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