CyberZine

CyberZine

(publication)
A combination paper and World-Wide Web on-line Cyberspace guide. Upon payment you will be given a user name and password to access CyberZine on-line and the paper version will be posted first class. Subscribers can also use the CyberZine help desk.

http://cyberzine.org/.
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