No more extracts from journals.contents

Jonathan B. Marder MARDER at agri.huji.ac.il
Tue Apr 12 01:08:26 EST 1994


I appreciate the messages of thanks I have been getting for providing the
journal contents service.  Even though my own efforts will now cease, you
should note that we will continue to get complete contents of a few
photosynthesis specialist journals.

Govindjee asks:-
>I would however appreciate knowing the steps you used to do the extracting
....

The journal contents are posted on bionet.journals.contents which you can
read either via news or via an email subscription (available on request to
biosci-help at net.bio.net).
At one time I had a search procedure set up on a mainframe, but recently
have been scanning the lists manually.  Even though I cannot continue the
service, individuals can still do it for themselves.


All lists are archived at NET.BIO.NET and available via FTP or GOPHER.   You
can also do a WAIS search (database biology-journal-contents at net.bio.net
port 210).  This is probably a bit cryptic for many readers, but you can
expect these network services to expand greatly.  You will certainly hear
more about this in this newsgroup.

Regards to all
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