Darwin

Eric L. Cabot elmo at helix
Sat May 20 10:18:01 EST 1995


Jason Velick, by way of jungck at beloit.edu (javelick at STUDENTS.WISC.EDU) wrote:
: Dear Mr. Velick:

: Instead of http or ftp, I suggest a CD simply called "DARWIN" created by
: Pete Goldie that is available from Lightbinders, Inc., 2325 Third Street,
: Suite 320, San Francisco, CA 94107  (415)-621-5746.  It contains full texts
: of "The Voyage of the Beagle," "origin of Species," and "Descent of Man" as
: well as 650 color and balack and white images and 1000 item bibliography.

: Best wishes,

: John

You wrote:

: I am doing a paper on The Origin of the Species for my History of 
: Science class.  Does anyone know of any resources (http's or ftp's)
: where I can get some pic's that I can import into WS-works? 
: Lemme' know

To which someone suggested (rather impertinently, IMHO since
we don't all have CD-rom's) obtaining a CD from Lightbinder's press.

In fact Lightbinders do have a Web homepage that *used* to have the
complete Origin of the Species on line. Unfortunately, when I checked
there just now I found that the Darwin page is under construction. The
only other contents are a portrait of Chuck himself. If you are
interested, then point your Web Browser (if you have one :0)
at 
          http://lbin.com/lbinhome.html     


Good luck,

Eric Cabot
elmo at helix.nih.gov



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