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From:"D. Hammer" <hammerd@u.washington.edu>
Date:Sat, 27 Mar 1999 07:47:06 -0800 (PST)
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I just spent a great time on the site you inform us about below.
Fantastic job!  It was so easy to use and will be so helpful to us when
gathering info on specific topics.  I have noticed several messages on
histonet begin with ...."I know this topic has been discussed before, but
......."   Now we can just go to your site and extract the info you have

Thanks again for a terrific addition the the Histonet Service.  What a
world we live in :)

PS  A tip for Histonetters who access the page by copying the
address....becareful not to include the period after the address, took me
a couple of try's before figuring out why it wouldn't open.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Mon, 08 Mar 1999 19:55:55 -0500
From: Marvin Hanna <mhanna@magicnet.net>
To: histonet@Pathology.swmed.edu
Subject: Histonet Archives

Hi Histonetters,

We have been running a search engine for pathologists and laboratory
professionals for the past 6 months at http://www.pathsearch.com. A few of
my friends and co-subscribers on Histonet  have asked if we could archive
Histonet, so...

There is now an archive of Histonet messages since October, 1998 on the web
server at http://www.pathsearch.com/histonet.html. They are available as
either an archive by dates or searchable by the search engine. The web
server updates the archive hourly.

We have also searched and indexed a number of other histology resources on
the Internet and provided a specialized search engine for them and
Histonet. You can search sites either collectively or individually at
http://www.pathsearch.com/histosearch.html. Histosearch is a subset of over
10, 000 pages that is included in the over 50,000 pages searched and
indexed on Pathsearch.

We have also set up a 24 hour a day chat server, the ability to publish
home pages or technical papers on the Internet in a couple of minutes, and
intelligent agent technology for both Pathsearch and Histosearch.

The Histonet archives, Histosearch, and Pathsearch are free to
histologists, pathologists, and laboratory professionals on the Internet.
We do plan on offering sponsorships on Histosearch and Pathsearch to help
cover the cost of colocating the server on a T-3 line, hardware, software
and time.

Linda and Herb have done a great service for the field of histology in
setting up and running Histonet. I hope archiving this information will
benefit the participants of Histonet.

Marvin Hanna

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