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Use it to indicate people should not take that comment you just made as seriously as they might otherwise. You make a smiley by typing a colon, a hyphen and a right parenthetical bracket. Some people prefer using the word "grin," usually in this form: Sometimes, though, you'll see it as *grin* or even just for short. Some Chapter 2 41 other smileys include: ;−) Wink; :−( Frown; :−O Surprise; 8−) Wearing glasses; =|:−)= Abe Lincoln. OK, so maybe the last two are a little bogus :−). 5 SENDING E−MAIL TO OTHER NETWORKS There are a number of computer networks that are not directly part of the Net, but which are now connected through "gateways" that allow the passing of e−mail.

5 rn COMMANDS Different commands are available to you in rn depending on whether you are already in a newsgroup or reading a specific Part III 174 How to become a USENET site 56 article. At any point, typing a lowercase h will bring up a list of available commands and some terse instructions for using them. Here are some of them: After you've just called up rn, or within a newsgroup: c Marks every article in a newsgroup as read (or "caught up") so that you don't have to see them again. The system will ask you if you are sure.

For now hit Q (upper case this time), which quits you out of nn and returns you to your host system's command line. risks and hit enter. This newsgroup is another moderated group, this time a digest of all the funny and frightening ways computers and the people who run and use them can go wrong. Again, you read articles by selecting their letters. If you're in the middle of an article and decide you want to go onto the next one, hit your n key. Now it's time to look for some newsgroups that might be of particular interest to you.

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