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Subject: Re: ESfO-l Survey: Please "Reply"
From: DAN JORGENSEN <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:DAN JORGENSEN <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Mon, 7 Apr 1997 08:25:31 +0600

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At 05:43 PM 4/7/97 +1000, Jeff Marck wrote:
>ESfO-l Subscribers:
>The ESfO web site now has a bibliographic component and it is possible to
>submit citation information for an eventual ESfO bibliography of Oceania.
>But both the submission and (eventually) searchable bibliography require web
>browser capabilities through the Internet.
>If you have a moment, please "reply" with answers to the following questions
>so that development of the bibliographic project proceeds with better
>information as to what resources people commonly do or do not have.
>Thank you.
>Jeff Marck
>ESfO-l Co-Coordinator
>1. Do you have Netscape or some other "web browser" through which you can
>"surf the net" (view "homepages")?:
>_x_Yes  __No
>2. If you do not have "web browser" capabilities, do you or your institution
>expect to obtain such capabilities in the next 3 years?:
>__Already have __Will get within 3 years __Probably will not have in next 3
>3. Do you have a desktop bibliographic software?
>_x_No Yes: Endnote__ ProCite__ Reference Manager__ Other__
>4. Do you have any familiarity with Shoebox (a free lexical database
>__Yes  _x_No
>5. Do you have actually have Shoebox?:
>__Yes  __No
>Jeff -- some additional notes.  Shoebox interested me at one point, and I
do have DOS-based bibliography program which I found too cumbersome to use.
I use askSam, a nifty 'freeform' database prgram, which can be configured to
do bibliographic tasks.  It will also import most database files for use.

>Jeff Marck             Health Transition Review (HTR)
>Publications Officer   Health Transition Centre (HTC)
>[log in to unmask]  National Centre for Epidemiology
>61-6-249-5626              and Population Health (NCEPH)
>61-6-249-5614 (fax)    Australian National University(ANU)
>                       Canberra ACT 0200 Australia
>HTC Publications:
>      Health Transition Review (journal)
>      Health Transition Series (books)
>      Bibliographies and other links
>Personal homepage:
>Austronesian On-Line:
>European Society for Oceanists Australian Mirror Site:
> ___________________________________________________________

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