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The Cleveland Freenet


Freenets are open-access, free, community computer systems. One such system is the Cleveland Freenet, sponsored by CWRU (Case Western Reserve University). Anyone and everyone is welcome to join and take part in the exciting project--that of a National Telecomputing Public Network, where everyone benefits. There's no charge for the registration process and no charge to use the system.

To register, telnet to any one of


After you're connected, choose the entry on the menu that signifies you're a guest user. Another menu will follow; select `Apply for an account', and you'll be well on your way to being a FreeNet member.

You will need to fill out a form and send it to them through the Postal Service--your login id and password will be created in a few days. At that point you're free to use the system as you wish. They provide multi-user chat, email, Usenet news, and a variety of other things to keep you occupied for hours on end.

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