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Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 20 Aug 1991 08:40:15 CDT
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What sort of resources are available on BITNET/Internet to aid the
film/TV scholar and student?
From my own hacking around I've found listservs on film and TV, the
COMSERVE (not CompuServe) information service for communication scholars
and a rather convoluted way of accessing the Library of Congress'
on-line catalogue. What else is out there, my cyber-pals?
I've heard rumors, for instance, that the American Film Institute's
catalogue may be accessed. Anybody know how to do this? (Perhaps the
library cutbacks there will affect this anyway.) Anybody know a simple
way of accessing the Library of Congress? Are there other helpful
databases and the like?
In short, how can we film/TV scholars and students maximize this resource?
      Speeds of animals (in mph):
             28 Human
              0.03 Garden snail
              1.17 Spider (Tegenaria atrica)
             30 Cat
             40 Mongolian wild ass
             70 Cheetah
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