Date: Tue, 27 Feb 1996 23:55:22 -0500 From: Bob Rankin
Reply to: TOURBUS-REQUEST@LISTSERV.AOL.COM To: Multiple recipients of list TOURBUS Subject: TOURBUS - 27 Feb 1996 - Internet World Expo /~~~~~~~~~|~~~~~~~~~~~~/~~~~~~~~|~~~~~~~~~~|~~~~~~~~~~/~~~|~\ | "Why | Surf When / You Can | Ride The | Bus?" / | \ |__________|__________/__________|__________|________/ | \ / /______|----\ / Send INFO TOURBUS to LISTSERV@LISTSERV.AOL.COM ///////| | | Or visit http://csbh.mhv.net/~bobrankin/tourbus |//////| | | |//////| | ~~~/~~~\~/~~~\~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~/~~~\~~~~ \___/ \___/ T h e I n t e r n e t T o u r B u s \___/ Today's TOURBUS Site : The Internet 1996 World Exposition Today's TOURBUS Address: http://park.org Howdy Riders! Sorry the Bus is running a little late, but I was all set to take you to the Consumer Information Center today and found the place locked up tight. Hopefully it's temporary, and we can visit next week - so we'll have fun today at the Fair instead... Ever since 1851, world's fairs have been a way to introduce people to new technologies. And it's "time for a new kind of world's fair," say the organizers of The Internet 1996 World Exposition. This virtual fair will last throughout 1996, bit it's "real" enough to attract over $100 million in resources from industry and government all over the world to make this a world's fair for the information age. Building on the theme that cyberspace is part of the real world, the Fair is organized into many different areas called Pavilions. PAVILIONS are web sites of interest to the global community, and you are encouraged to participate. Dream up something unique and submit your site for inclusion. And it's okay to be a self-serving capitalist as long as your site is sufficiently useful or interesting! Here are some of the pavilions you can visit at the Fair today: Food and Markets Pavilion (Visit Mimi's Cyber Kitchen) Medical Pavilion (Check in at Nagasaka Clinic) World Cultures Pavilion (Check out Mundo Latino) Art & Music Pavilion (Pop over to Pixel Pavilion) Small Business Pavilion (Jack in at JobCenter) Have fun at the Fair, don't get cotton candy all over the keyboard, and come back often - it'll be there all year! Oh, and don't forget to check out the great deals being offered by our sponsor Magazine Express. Many riders have written to tell me how pleased they were with the prices and service, so if you're in the market for a new subscription or a renewal, check 'em out - you'll save a few bucks! +-----------------> BIG-TIME MAGAZINES FOR $10 A YEAR? <--------------+ | ONLY TOURBUS RIDERS KNOW HOW! | | | | Magazine Express has exclusive TOURBUS discounts others can only | | dream about. Plus, Dr. Bob's new "Internet Goodies" is FREE. This | | is a limited time offer, so get details now by sending email to: | +------------------------> email@example.com <--------------------+ ====================================================================== SUBSCRIBE : Send SUBSCRIBE TOURBUS Firstname Lastname to LISTSERV@LISTSERV.AOL.COM unSUBSCRIBE: Send SIGNOFF TOURBUS to LISTSERV@LISTSERV.AOL.COM Web Site : http://csbh.mhv.net/~bobrankin/tourbus (stop in for back issues and the logo contest) Advertising: E-mail BobRankin@MHV.net w/ Subject: SEND TBRATES ====================================================================== TOURBUS - (c) Copyright 1996, Patrick Crispen and Bob Rankin All rights reserved. Redistribution is allowed only with permission. Send this copy to 3 friends and tell them to get on the Bus!