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RE: Dinos on the WEB? Please respond



I have access to a fairly sophisticated server system here at IU. In the 
past, I have created web sites for the radiologic sciences, a rad sci 
professional organization, a rad sci education certification group and of 
course the one I really care about: The Dino Art and Modeling Page. Anyway, 
I would be willing to discuss using some web space with the radiology 
physicist who developed the system with large grants etc. Of course, it is 
not a sure bet, but if people are interested, maybe I can help.

Just a  thought,

John Rafert, M.S., R.T.(R)
Associate Professor of Radiologic Sciences
Indiana University School of Medicine
School of Allied Health Sciences
E-mail: jrafert@xray.indyrad.iupui.edu
Phone:  1.317.274.5255

Dinoart Home Page: http://www.indyrad.iupui.edu/dinoart.html

     

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>From: dinosaur
To: Multiple recipients of list
Subject: RE: Dinos on the WEB? Please respond
Date: Wednesday, November 15, 1995 11:33AM

>From: "Bonnie Blackwell, x 3332" <bonn@qcvaxa.acc.qc.edu>
 > There are however one or two disadvantages that need to be worked out:
 > 1.  how do make sure that this information will be accessible 20 or 200
years
 > from now as technology changes?  ...

The best solution here is to require paper archives.

 > 2.  how do we convince university admin types that this is a valid medium
 > for publishing worth just as much as publishing in some paper journal.

I think the udea of attaching some sort of a review mechansim to
the e-journal might help.

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