The Websites In Your Neighborhood - by Chris Wright
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The OS/2 community seems to be mostly electronic these days. If you want to buy software -- go to a web site. If you want to download the latest fixpack -- go to a web site. if you want to figure out what's going on -- go to a web site. if you need tech support -- go to a web site. Everyone has the places they go to all the time. Not everyone knows where those sites are, and what they do, and what you can get out of them. So we figured it would be a good idea to let the people that run those sites tell you, in their own words.

In the coming months, OS/2 e-Zine! will host a series of articles featuring other OS/2 web sites. The articles will either be written by someone who works on that site, or in the form of an interview. This will allow them to tell you -- in their own words -- what the site is all about.

This month, we start off with Adrian Gschwend discussing the OS/2 Netlabs, and Pete Grubbs interviews Loren Bandiera about the OS/2 News and Rumors web site.

If you would like to suggest other places to feature in future issues of OS/2 e-Zine!, please post them on the discussion board.

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