From: Tony@halmarax.demon.co.uk (Tony Halmarack)
Subject: Re: Lack of.../introduction
Date: Tue, 20 Aug 1996 19:42:06 +0100
In message <email@example.com> Weed wrote:
> Tony wrote:
> > I may have to settle for providing an FTP site archive which would have
> > to be accessed by mail due to my intermittent connection to the Net.
> I presume the archive will include:
> 1. an index/introduction to the archive
> 2. a copy of the charter
> 3. all the posts that have been made to TWC
> 4. references to relevant literature and journal articles
> 5. country by country legal implications (and/or refs to them)
> 6. pharmaceutical/pharmacological information (and/or refs to it)
> 7. links/refs to other sympathetic sites
An inspiring list. Just reading it is firing my enthusiasm. I get back to
the peace and quiet of rural Scotland in just under two weeks
time. I intend to be giving this project at least half of my time
> This wouldn't need to be comprehensive initially - once available it would
> be easy to see the gaps & then append to it.
It seems like you've got some very clear ideas about this setup.
I'm hoping that you can help to inspire, organise and construct.
> But why not put it on the web?
Of course. Silly me, I wasn't thinking straight. My head was in
the gas oven at the time. With my kitchen fitters hat on I hasten
>Sites are available which I think would be happy to act as host,
>and all the html work can be done offline.
This might be the best plan. I've been considering using my
5Meg of free homepage space but Melanie my dear wife tells me that our
yellowing CV's need to be brushed up and put on display from September.
Potential employers may find TWC material a bit distracting.
> (I have pages available at Venus and should there be problems with the
> subject matter - which I doubt - then I have access to pages at Hyperreal.)
> If wider exposure is required, the URL can be submitted to the various
> search engines - I'm willing & able to do this.
Wonderful! Let's go!
> A couple of other places worth knowing about is Nicholas Saunders' superb
> site at <http://ecstasy.org> mirrored by <http://www.obsolete.com/ecstasy>
> and the pharmaceutical database at <http://www.pharminfo.com/drugdb>.
I think we're on the right track, with a resourceful guide.
-- Tony Halmarack =*= Tony@halmarax.demon.co.uk