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Year 1998
Meeting Information

November 10, 1998
November 10th, 1998 Rocky Mountain Internet Users' Group Meeting will feature a panel discussion on the secrets of the pros on maintaining HUGE Web Sites: A behind-the-scenes peek at large, well-known web sites by the webmasters who maintain 'em - see how Sun Microsystems, the University of Colorado, and XOR/Sporting News do it!

July 14, 1998
The Tuesday, July 14th meeting of the Rocky Mountain Internet Users Group will feature a panel discussion with founders of some of Colorado's top Internet startups. The meeting is a special joint event with the Colorado Internet Keiretsu (CIK), a networking group of founders of Colorado's Internet companies, and all panelists are members of the CIK. Representing the CIK will be C. Maxine Most (maxmost@ix.netcom.com) of EDGE Consulting Group who will give a brief introduction to the CIK, its mission and how to get involved (and tell us how to pronounce the word "Keiretsu" and what it really means ;-).

May 12, 1998
The Tuesday, May 12th meeting of the Rocky Mountain Internet Users Group will feature a presentation called "High Speed/ADSL Net Access in Colorado," an update on new high speed Internet access coming to a phone line near you. You've seen the emails about ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) and high speed Internet access options flying across the online discussion lists, you've seen articles in the paper - find out the *real* story from our expert panel.

March 10, 1998
The Tuesday, March 10th meeting of the Rocky Mountain Internet Users Group will feature a presentation called "Mapping on the Internet," an interesting look into locating, creating and using maps on the Net, along with some of the history and evolution of this technology. Colorado is widely known as a knowledge center for geographic information systems, satellite and mapping technology, and our panel of four experts will help us better understand how mapping is being used on the Internet.

January 13, 1998
The Tuesday, January 13th meeting of the Rocky Mountain Internet Users Group will feature a presentation called "Current Legal Issues of the Internet," a fascinating look into the new crop of legal tangles created by the Net. A panel of prominent lawyers closely involved with today's Internet cases and issues will help us sort it out.

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