Vincenzo Nardi-Dei vinz at PCLSP2.KUICR.KYOTO-U.AC.JP
Fri Sep 2 13:36:55 EST 1994


                  Wellcome to Kansai-net


This net was originaly conceived by a group of Kyoto
University researchers  and graduated students
who felt the need of a local network to be used for
all the foreigner community of scholars, scientists
and technologists resident in the Kansai-area (Kyoto, Nara,
Osaka and Kobe, Japan) as a mean of easy communication,
excange of ideas, help and informations in the "alien"
Japanese environment; but, infact, is open to all
of you that are resident in Kansai and have computer
access to Internet; the presence of Japanese
scientists is welcome and will be surely very helpful.

Kansai-net is a LOCAL network concerned with
everything is about the EVERYDAY LIFE and
its aim is to make it easier and more enjoyable.
In this view it is supposed to be very casual and the
content of messages can be anything, e.g. looking for
somebody to come along to Kabuki, to go for drinking,
anouncements of parties, Sayonara sales, information
about bargains, flat swapping, people for mountain
biking, sightseeing, were to find a good english speaking
dentist, are there any Russian scientists in the area
or who show me around in Kobe in Sunday...

This net is not censored at all, and everything is allowed,
(no strict morality here!) but elegance and courtesy
are demanded.

Of course, this is a non-profit net and subsequently
commercial advertizing is not allowed.

You can post messages by sending them to

<kansai-net at kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp>

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<vinz at pclsp2.kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp> (Vincenzo Nardi-Dei)

containing in the subject: subscribe Kansai-net (or unsubscribe)
and in the text: your name and, if possible, your office address
and telephone number, your nationality and your email address.

Looking forward  to listening soon from you all,

Vincenzo Nardi-Dei (vinz at pclsp2.kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp)
Marek Tchorzewski  (marek at pclsp2.kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp)

(Kansai-net Managers)


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