Tokyo PC Users Group
	  Home Page
Members Only
Become a Member
Meeting Info & Map
Corporate Members
Workshops & Training
Other Clubs
Job Hunting?

ajcov9805_l.GIF (15409 bytes) Index for May, 1998

Internet in Africa

A Less Than Random Sample

by John Edward Philips

They were the best of trips, they were the worst of trips. They were trips that I wasn't sure I wanted to take in the first place, and I'm not even sure I want to talk about it now.


Ionic Column - May 1998

by David Parry David gets TWO systems running at the same time, after some hardware problems get solved. He installs Windows 95 (finally!?) and suffers from problems of the memory and the wallet.

An introduction to IP addresses: Part 1

by Kurt Keller

IP addresses (part 1) - on the internet you're only a number

If you have a connection to the internet and set it up yourself, you have at least once handled a number like And every time you connect to the internet your computer becomes a number just like that one.


The Midnight Writer - May 1998

by Mike Lloret

I don't have a great deal to say this month, because I haven't been using (or abusing) The Brute that much since I wrote the last column; I've been busy, both at work and in preparing for my house move. I have at least a temporary solution to the ISP problem I mentioned last time.


Prez Sez - May 1998

A Message From President Pat Hughes

End of the BBS

At long last it has come to pass - the BBS plug was pulled (literally) at the Executive's Meeting on April 8. Long live the Internet! Is it too early to wonder what will replace it in a few years?

© Algorithmica Japonica Copyright Notice: Copyright of material rests with the individual author. Articles may be reprinted by other user groups if the author and original publication are credited. Any other reproduction or use of material herein is prohibited without prior written permission from TPC. The mention of names of products without indication of Trademark or Registered Trademark status in no way implies that these products are not so protected by law.

Algorithmica Japonica

May, 1998

The Newsletter of the Tokyo PC Users Group

Submissions : Editor

Tokyo PC Users Group, Post Office Box 103, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo 150-8691, JAPAN