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Old 08-15-2005, 08:57 AM   #1
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Default INETPUB CIS forum to close

From an announcement on INETPUB (Internet Publishing Forum):
After many years of operation, the Internet Publishing Forum will be closing its doors as of August 31. We are grateful for the friends we've made and the chance we've had to teach and to learn as much as we can about web design and publishing. It's been a lot of fun, and we appreciate the help -- and education -- we've received from all the many forum members over the years. … We hope to cross paths with you again somewhere out there...

-- The Internet Publishing Forum Staff
Many of us are sad to see INETPUB go. Although the web offers many excellent resources, most offer advice on specialized aspects of web publishing — HTML, CSS, PHP, and so on.

INETPUB is a generalist in a world of specialists, introducing thousands of people to the web development process and helping many of us learn how to build and maintain personal and business web sites.

INETPUB will be sorely missed.

   
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