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. . . It should be noted that obviously the DÄ of the generally ascertainable Internet
Euphoria has lapsed and, moreover, has failed to mention interesting possibilities for private users who do not have a free university connection to the Internet.
For interested users who bypassing the sometimes horrendous prices for Internet providing and the recently more and more obvious disadvantages of Internet "surfing" (for example long waiting times, slow image build-up), above all value communication and the exchange of experiences among colleagues and medically interested laypeople, it should be pointed out that there is often the free opportunity to participate in private hobby networks, for example as a user or point.
Examples are the Fido-Netz, the world's largest hobby network with over 35,000 systems and hundreds of thousands of users, the MedNet, a medical network based on Fido-Net technology, or the RKL-Net, which is particularly interested in rescue services and emergency medicine Called participants. The advantages are, for example, that messages can be read and written offline, that is to say without ongoing charges, and, in particular, can also be written in German.
So it is by no means the case that the Internet alone is an island of the blessed for those interested, but rather apart from it and also the commercially expensive offers from T-Online, AOL or Compuserve there are possibilities that only cover the (manageable) financial expense of buying a modem and the ongoing telephone charges mean.
I am happy to explain the possibilities to interested colleagues and to name addresses and contact persons.
Dr. med. Detlef Nick, Wilhelm-Nesen-Straße 19, 56355 Nastätten
Internet: Euphoria is gone

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