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NET DEMOGRAPHICS: DOES THIS SOUND LIKE YOU?
Another study on Internet users has yielded statistics that lead oneto conclude that most of us are young male professionals without kids. The average age of survey participants is 34, although respondents range from 13 to 75, and but one in three live with kids. Of the respondents, 18% are female, which is still higher than past surveys, which have often pegged a mere 10% of Net users as female. Students compose 12% of respondents, 14% are self-employed, and 27% work for academic, non-profit or government groups. The Netscape Web browser is used by 72% of us and 64% have more than one e-mail address. For more info, contact: email@example.com
Welcome to the GNN center!!
What is GNN? GNN is a complete Internet service designed for both novices and power users created by America Online's new Internet Services Company. This service is completely separate and distinct from the regular America Online service. It brings all the critical elements for direct Internet access and navigation together in a single, easy-to-use package. GNN installs automatically and registers users with the click of a single button. It combines the highly-rated InternetWorks browser, the largest high-speed dial-up access network in the country, access to in-depth content, and first-class technical support. Key Elements of GNN: -- Simple, single button installation, configuration, and registration -- Highly rated InternetWorks browser -- Single user interface for WWW, Gopher, FTP, Email, and News -- Multithreading and multitasking -- Largest dial-up network -- Rapid access to in-depth content on the GNN directory site -- First class technical support To learn get on the net using GNN, read the "Getting Started" article. Enjoy! Transmitted: 4/18/95 9:34 AM (mw01) "Getting Started" article: To participate in the GNN Internet Service you need to do the following: 1. Request a certificate: Call 1-800-819-6112 and select option number three. This will get you a certificate number and password to use when you first register with the GNN Internet service. 2. Download the software: You will need to download the GNN software by clicking on the "Download our software" icon on the main page. 3. Sign off of AOL. The GNN and AOL clients cannot be run at the same time. 4. Register with the service: Once you have the software downloaded and installed, the system will ask you to register with the GNN service; this is as simple as the AOL registration process. The service will ask you for a valid credit card number. 5. Surf the net: You can use the GNNWorks software to browse the web, read email, read news, and do more cool stuff (ftp, gopher, etc). To help you in your web browsing, we have provided a navigational aid: the GNN directory site. There you'll find a comprehensive directory of the Websites, searching capabilities, What's New, What's Cool, etc. 6. Your email address: Your email address will be of the form: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be able to send and receive email at this address using the GNN mail system. 7. Technical Support: If you need to talk to a human being, you can call us at 800-819-6112. Technical support is provided from 9 am to midnight Eastern Time. ** Please do not call the regular AOL tech support 800 number! ** 8. Bugs: You report bugs in the following way: -- send email to GNNsupport@gnn.com. Participation in the GNN Internet Service is subject to the terms of this document, the GNN Internet Service Licensing Agreement, the Terms of Service Agreement, and the Rules of the Road. Please read them carefully before starting. Electronic copies of these agreements can be FTPed from ftp://ftp.gnn.com. Thanks! Transmitted: 11/27/95 10:00 AM (getstart) GNN Minimum System Requirements - 386 or better processor - 8 mb RAM - Windows 3.1, 3.11, 95, or NT - 9600 baud or faster modem Transmitted: 95-10-06 17:50:59 EDT (mw02) Transmitted: 11/21/95 9:16 AM (mw02)
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