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  • SouthEastern Ohio Regional Freenet
    with low cost access to information and communication resources SEORF offers community members the opportunity to communicate with others in the area and around the world to access information of local regional and international interest The SEORF web site enables people around the world to find out about the unique qualities of southeastern Ohio The Help Desk Personal Services Requires telnet application when accessed with a graphical Web browser How

    Original URL path: http://www.seorf.ohiou.edu/ (2012-12-14)
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  • SEORF -- About Our Community
    women s concerns and other issues Government City county state national links Health and Fitness Resources for wellness from the health community Libraries and Information Centers Browse collections find out about special events The Media Stay informed with area news Ohio University University information and links Religion and Philosophy Exchange religious and philosophical views Schools K 12 and beyond Science Technology and the Environment Local resources and global links Travel

    Original URL path: http://www.seorf.ohiou.edu/community.html (2012-12-14)
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  • SEORF -- Today's Weather
    Athens Co Emergency Management Weather Page Ohio Weather NOAA Ohio Zone Forecast Public Information Special Weather Statements Watches and Warnings National Weather Service Scalia Lab Copyright SEORF

    Original URL path: http://www.seorf.ohiou.edu/weather.html (2012-12-14)
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  • SEORF -- View SE Ohio
    region The Athens Photo Gallery A project of the Telecommunications Center and the School of Visual Communication at Ohio University Marti Weis Photo Gallery Photos from the Hocking Hills Hocking Bikeway A photographic tour of the Hocking bike path If you have images of Southeastern Ohio online and would like to have a link to it from this page or you have photos that you would like to submit for

    Original URL path: http://www.seorf.ohiou.edu/viewohio.html (2012-12-14)
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  • Athens Writers' Group
    its literary products Pickin Fleas utilizing the new and revolutionary process of on demand POD publishing is one result What are the Writers Digest guidelines for writers groups and how well did they fit the experience of this group in Athens Ohio They tell you and more Quoting in part from their own review of the work The book defies easy categorization We meet the writers and observe how the egalitarian approach works in such a project The quality of the work is uneven even within each writer s section Surprisingly the effect is inspiring rather than off putting The work resonates with a mutually respectful grassroots ethic and the new on demand publishing technology makes it all possible FROM ROBERT PINSKY That writers help one another with attention encouragement criticism is part of the distinct vitality of writing as an art in the United States In a way that academic programs alone or mass publishing alone cannot undertakings like this one contribute significantly to American culture Robert Pinsky Poet Laureate of the United States 1997 2000 MEET THE WRITERS ORDER NOW Talk Back To Us Share you own thoughts feelings and resonses to Pickin Fleas If it s lively

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  • SEORF -- About SEORF
    the registration form again with please reset my password checked SEORF Account Policies Please read important information for SEORF users including how you can become an information provider SEORF Administration Lists members of the advisory committee and how SEORF is administered SEORF Help Desk How to get help via voice mail and e mail A guide on how to use SEORF is included SEORF History How we got where we

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  • SEORF Help Desk -- Welcome
    received it with lower case letters and including the punctuation marks Then press enter again and you will hopefully enter SEORF Hint If you don t hear a dial tone and you don t have the sound turned off then your comm program is not finding your modem Most PCs have the modem set to COM2 communications port 2 by default but if this doesn t work try changing the setting to COM1 COM3 or COM4 Hint If you have pulse dialing on your telephone also called rotary you may have to change an AT setting in your comm program The default setting will be ATDT AT dial tone and you will need to change this to ATDP AT dial pulse Hint If you have call waiting on your phone line this can cause you to lose your Internet connection when you get another call To avoid this you must first sign up for cancel call waiting with your phone company Cancel call waiting is not an automatic feature of call waiting For GTE customers you must then include 70 before the SEORF phone number 1170 for rotary pulse phones This may be 70 for other phone companies Consult your phone book for details When you make a successful connection to SEORF you will see a series of messages that will change from time to time Press enter return several times until you get to the Welcome to the Southeastern Ohio Regional Freenet page You now have access to the Internet text only and also e mail which you can use to correspond with anyone in the world assuming you know their e mail address If your login i d is ax999 then your e mail address is ax999 seorf ohiou edu Ignore the period after edu to be correct SEORF is also a World Wide Web WWW site and its URL Uniform Resource Locator is http www seorf ohiou edu and you may reach SEORF this way also if you have another Internet connection with WWW capabilities Review of Connection Options Connect by phone 593 1438 593 1439 593 1136 Connect by telnet telnet seorf ohiou edu Connect by WWW http www seorf ohiou edu Changing Your Password After you have successfully logged on to SEORF you should change your password to something only you know From the SEORF home page choose Personal Services and then choose Change your password You will then be prompted to enter your old password and then prompted to enter your new password twice Be sure to write down your new password and keep it in a safe place where you can find it later Hint Your password may be 6 10 characters and can include numbers punctuation and upper case letters You should choose a word that s not in the dictionary since hackers can use programs that run through every word in the dictionary to try to break into your account If you forget your password you may have it reset by sending a signed request along with a stamped self addressed envelope to SEORF c o David Kurz Radio TV Bldg Ohio University Athens OH 45701 Using E mail SEORF uses the e mail program Elm which works together with Lynx the text only Web browser on SEORF To access Elm go first to Personal Services then choose Read and Send Mail The first time you use Elm you will have to set up your mail folder Simply answer yes by pressing the y key when asked You will need to answer yes twice Once you are in Elm you may compose an e mail message by pressing the m key for mail This takes you to the Pico editor of Elm where you compose and send messages The Pico editor is also used in the Manage the files in your home directory part of your Personal Services area After you press m to begin a mail message you will be prompted Send the message to Here you type the e mail address of the recipient Hint An e mail address always has a part before the and a part after the at 73437 3064 compuserve com or aa726 seorf ohiou edu are two examples You may send multiple copies of the same message by separating each address with a comma If you are sending mail to another SEORF user you only need to type the first part of the e mail address e g ax999 or aa726 After you enter the e mail address you will be prompted to enter Subject of message You should enter a brief description of your message here Next you will be prompted to send Copies to You may leave this blank if you wish or enter additional e mail addresses It is at this point that you are actually in the Pico editor which uses commands that employ the use of the Ctrl control key X means to hold down the Ctrl key and press the X key once G is the command for help in Pico and T is a spell checker Hint A confusing aspect to Elm is how to send the e mail message you have created You need to use the Exit command X and then you will be asked if you want to send your mail Saving and Printing Mail If you want to keep a copy of the e mail you send then you must send a copy to yourself Elm does not automatically keep a copy To save mail that you have received just type s for save when you have the message highlighted in the listing or when you have it open for reading You will then be given the option of accepting the default name which is the first part of the sender s e mail address If you accept the default name then the saved message will go into your Mail directory If you give the message a new name then the saved message

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  • SEORF -- Policies
    University Athens Ohio 45701 along with a stamped self addressed envelope You will be mailed back a user ID and password Please change this password to something that will be easy to remember write it down and store it in a secure place We cannot tell you what your password is if you forget it so you will have to start all over again Activating your account will take from a week to ten days exclusive of mialing time If you don t hear from us within two weeks call ACEnet at 740 592 3854 and leave a message for Steve Schnell Please be patient and remember we re a volunteer based organization How to Become a SEORF Information Provider If you have information about your own hobbies or special interests or by and about your non profit organization club social group civic organization governmental unit educational group or service institution and you d like to share this information on SEORF here s what you need to do Fill out the Special Interest Group SIG Application Form and follow the directions This form is available on SEORF at the Athens Public Library on Home Street in Athens and at ACEnet 94 North Columbus Road You will hear back from us with a special administrative user ID and password that will enable you to create and modify your SIG In some cases we will want to schedule a one on one meeting with you to further discuss your SIG Schedule time to go through our information provider training which is offered once a month and will teach you how to effectively create and maintain your home page Part of the class is spent on basic HTML hypertext mark up language which is the special coding that SEORF uses on all of its files In addition we teach new information providers how to move files around using the LYNX file browser Sign an agreement stating your willingness to maintain your information keep it current and make sure it is accurate What About Graphics Pages on SEORF need to work well for people who are using graphical like Mosaic or Netscape or text only like LYNX browsers The reason dial in users of SEORF will see no graphics since LYNX is a text based system To see information on SEORF with graphics you need to either use a SEORF public access terminal or get an account with a commercial provider that allows you to use a graphical browser Will People Ever Be Able to Get Graphics with their SEORF Account Maybe but there are a lot of issues to work through before that happens Our primary goal is to provide community based information for the region not to serve as a gateway to the Internet In addition we support local small businesses that are offering full graphical access Finally we don t currently have the resources for storage or technical support that would be necessary to provide full graphical access To see information

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