The history of the HEDIR: One person's view
- New, Improved WEB. Spanbauer, Scott // PCWorld;Feb2006, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p80
The article evaluates several Web sites including Outlook Live Web mail service at outlooklive.msn.com, Backpack Web-based personal organiser at backpackit.com, Friendster online social directory at www.friendster.com, Picaboo photo-sharing site at picaboo.com and My Web 2.0 bookmarking and...
- Free e-mail: A viable option for careful consumers. Charski, Mindy; Piller, Charles // PC World;Jul97, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p76
Considers free e-mail services available as of June 1997. The emergence of the services as legitimate resources; Features; Money that can be saved by using them; How to pick a free e-mail service; The importance of noting how many users a system has and determining how easy it is to use; The...
- E-mail devotees. // Adweek Western Edition;7/29/96, Vol. 46 Issue 31, p30
Reports on HoTMail's electronic mail service offered via a World Wide Web site. Popularity of electronic mail on the Internet.
- Candy industry Internet directory. // Candy Industry;Jul97, Vol. 162 Issue 7, p57
Presents a 1997 list of confectionery Web sites and electronic-mail (E-mail) addresses on the Internet on candy industries.
- Smaller Sites, Big Alliance. Butterman, Eric // Travel Agent;9/10/2001, Vol. 305 Issue 7, p66
Highlights a Web site seminar initiated by the Professional Internet Travel Alliance (PITA) in Arlington, Texas. Electronic-mail marketing technique; Qualifications for PITA membership; Amount of the application fee.
- FILTERING SOFTWARE & INTERNET SAFETY. Maguire, Walt // Media & Methods;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p8
Provides information on strategies to manage Internet usage in schools. Details on electronic mail filtering; Guidelines for Web filtering systems; Background on filtering software.
- Business-only e-mail policies may be unlawful. Galewski, Roy // Westchester County Business Journal;12/31/2001, Vol. 40 Issue 53, p15
Focuses on the legality of business-only electronic-mail policies in the workplace in the United States. Use of e-mail system by employees for personal necessities; Prohibition of employers on the use of e-mail involving union activities; Protection action for employers on the use of the...
- Bytes for beginners. // NEA Today;Feb96, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p15
Focuses on electronic mail as a learning tool for students and teachers. Exchange of educational multimedia files through e-mail; Resources about e-mail projects in the World Wide Web.
- Constituent E-mail: Ready or not? Cornfield, Michael // Campaigns & Elections (1996);Dec99/Jan2000, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p45
Ponders on the readiness of the members of the United States Congress to accept electronic mails. Options for sending e-mail to Congress; Reason Congress do not encourage e-mail; Politicians who are for e-mails.