Newsletter - May 5, 1999
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NEW FEATURED ARTICLES ON THE GUIDE
- Slow downloads? Put your modem connection on steriods! (Apr 24, 1999)
Tired of slow downloads! Speed them up. You can improve the
downloads by teaking the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU).
Harsha tells us how to! Read on.
- Understanding and Using Newsgroups (Apr 11, 1999)
At one time, more users used Usenet (Newsgroups)
than the Web. But Usenet has not died. It's a really
wonderful resource. Learn more about it here
- How Do I Renew my VSNL Account? (Apr. 10, 1999)
Find out the procedure for renewing the account. You
can do it by the Post too.
- Guide's Auto Dialer (Apr 8, 1999).
The Guide Auto Dialer - a new and improved version of
VSNL's Auto Dialer. Use it instead of VAD. It does not load
- Making Usable Websites (Apr 7, 1999)
Making Effective Websites requires a lot more considerations
then the technical know-how. Dr. T.V. Gopal of Anna University
gives us details of the things to focus on. A must read.
- Censorship and Internet in India (Updated Apr. 23, 1999).
A user wants certain sites to be blocked by VSNL. Do you
agree should Censorship be practised on the NET? Read this
and send us some Feedback
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